15 Facts About Amanda Milling


Amanda Anne Milling was born on 12 March 1975 and is a British politician serving as Member of Parliament for Cannock Chase since the 2015 general election.


Amanda Milling served as Minister without Portfolio in the UK cabinet and, alongside Ben Elliot, as Co-Chairman of the Conservative Party from February 2020 to September 2021.


Amanda Milling served as Minister of State for Asia and the Middle East from September 2021 to September 2022.


Amanda Milling was privately educated at Moreton Hall School, and studied economics and statistics at University College London, graduating in 1997.


Amanda Milling left the company in 1999 to join Quaestor where she eventually became a director.


Amanda Milling then worked as head of clients for Optimisa Research between 2010 and 2014.


Amanda Milling was elected as a Conservative councillor for the Helmshore ward on the Rossendale Borough Council in Lancashire in 2009.

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Amanda Milling resigned her seat in 2014 after her selection as the Conservative candidate for the Cannock Chase constituency in Staffordshire.


Amanda Milling served on Bill Committees including for the Welfare Reform and Work Bill and Policing and Crime Bill.


Amanda Milling supported the UK remaining within the European Union in the 2016 UK EU membership referendum.


Amanda Milling was made an assistant government whip during the reshuffle on 9 January 2018.


Amanda Milling voted for then Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit withdrawal agreement in early 2019.


Amanda Milling voted for Johnson's Brexit withdrawal agreement in October 2019.


At the 2021 British cabinet reshuffle, Amanda Milling was made the new Minister of State for Asia and the Middle East, making her the only cabinet minister to leave the cabinet whilst remaining part of the government.


Amanda Milling endorsed Nadhim Zahawi during the July 2022 Conservative Party leadership election.