Sir William (Bill) Cash has been a Conservative Member of Parliament since 1984 and has represented the Stone constituency since 1997.

Born in London on 10 May 1940, grew up in Sheffield and was educated at Stonyhurst College and Lincoln College, Oxford where he read History. After qualifying as a solicitor in 1967, he practised constitutional and administrative law. In May 1984, he was elected as MP for Stafford where he remained until he was elected to the newly created constituency of Stone in 1997, being re-elected in 2001, 2005 and 2010, 2015 and 2017. He was Shadow Attorney General and Shadow Secretary of State for Constitutional Affairs between 2001 to 2003.

The leader of the Maastricht Rebellion during the 1990s, Bill was voted Parliamentary Campaigner of the Year for 1991.
Local Stone MP - Sir William Cash
Sir Bill Cash can be contacted either via the Stone Constituency office on 01785 811000 or through clicking here to Bill's website
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In addition to constitutional and European affairs, Bill takes a strong interest in the developing world. He is Chairman of the All-Party Parliamentary Groups on Sanitation and Water in the Third World, Malaysia, Kenya and Uganda, and Vice-Chairman of the All-Party Parliamentary Committee for Tanzania.

 Bill married Biddy Lee in 1965 and they have two sons, one daughter and three grandchildren. He is a keen cricketer and swimmer and enjoys listening to jazz.
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