David Morris was elected in May 2010. He was re-elected in May 2015 with an increased majority and again in 2017 with an increased number of votes.
Since being elected in 2010, David has secured the building of the £124.5 Million Heysham M6 Link Road, secured Heysham as the site for a new nuclear build, delivered a GP lead NHS Same Day Service in Morecambe, campaigned for more trains to stop at Carnforth, campaigned to improve NHS services locally and has enabled the residents of Sunderland Point to build sea defences to protect the point from coastal erosion and storm to name a few things David has worked on.
David has served as a Parliamentary Private Secretary to several Secretaries of State. He was a PPS from 2014-16 to the Secretary of State for Wales, from 2016-2017 to the Secretary of State to Scotland, from 2017 to 2018 to the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland. In 2018 David was the PPS to the Minister for Immigration until September 2018 and PPS to the Secretary of State for Education and until June 2019. David was PPS to the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government until July 2019.
David was also the first ever self employment ambassador to the Government during Prime Minister David Cameron’s tenure.
David lives in Heysham with his wife Emma, whom he recently married.