I recently gave a frank interview to The House magazine. You can find it on PoliticsHome:
He volunteered for the Centre for Social Justice and formed the Cobden [Centre], described as “an educational charity to promote social progress through honest money”, and within three years was elected as the MP for Wycombe.
Parliament, he says, is an “extremely frustrating” place to work. “The whole system is set up to stop you achieving anything,” he argues. “The theatre of Parliament I don’t enjoy at all. We’ve got such profound, deep-rooted problems and we’re messing around scoring silly political points. I really want politics to move beyond that. The tribalism does irritate me.”