NAMEDan Byles

PARTYConservative

POSITIONN/a

PUBLICWHIP LINKhttp://publicwhip.com/mp.php?mpid=40449

CABINETFalse

CONSTITUENCYNorth Warwickshire

EMAILmailto:dan.byles.mp@parliament.uk

WEBSITEhttp://www.danbyles.co.uk/

TWITTER@danielbyles

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Bio

Daniel Alan "Dan" Byles FRGS MP (born 24 June 1974) is an English mountaineer, sailor, ocean rower, polar adventurer and Conservative Party politician. He is currently the Member of Parliament (MP) for North Warwickshire, having been elected at the 2010 general election.

In 1997 he took part in the first ever Atlantic Rowing Race, the Port St Charles Barbados Atlantic Rowing Race, successfully crossing the Atlantic Ocean unsupported in a 23-foot (7 m) wooden rowing boat in 101 days with his mother Janice Meek. In 2007 he and his mother were united in adventure once again when, together with team mate Richard Profit, they successfully walked and skied 350 nautical miles (648 km) from Resolute, Nunavut to the Magnetic North Pole in 20 days and 5 hours. He holds two Guinness World Records. Byles is married to Prashanthi Reddy. In June 2011 Byles and Prashanthi announced that their first child, a daughter, had been born.

Wikipedia page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dan_Byles

Constituency: North Warwickshire

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