In total, George Eustice spent nine years within the Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. He was Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs from 13 February 2020 to 6 September 2022. He was previously Minister of State at the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) from 11 May 2015 to 13 February 2020. Prior to that he was the Minister of State for over seven years. Before becoming an MP, he was the Press Secretary to the Rt Hon David Cameron while he was Leader of the Opposition from June 2005 until July 2007.
George Eustice was elected as the Conservative MP for Camborne and Redruth in 2010.
George Eustice served on the EFRA Select Committee from 2010. During his nine years at DEFRA, he developed detailed technical and policy knowledge in a range of sectors including the environment and sustainability, the food industry, regulation of the water industry, agri-food trade policy, animal welfare policy, agriculture and international fisheries negotiations.
Coming from a farming background, his family still run a fruit farm, restaurant and farm shop in Cornwall where they also have a herd of South Devon cattle and the country’s oldest herd of the rare breed of pig, the British Lop. The family have shown a keen interest in educating children about farming and have opened their farm to 3000 schoolchildren a year.
“Thank you very much for coming to Flint to talk to our breakfast meeting. I thought it was a very successful event – informative and wide ranging. You were generous both with your time and your attention and I hope you found it worthwhile. We have had very positive feedback from our guests.”
Simon Fraser Managing Partner of Flint Global Ltd
“Thanks George, everyone really enjoyed it (they said it’s the best one we have done so far). I am incredibly grateful.”
James Starkie, Partner 5654 & Co
Contact us to get George Eustice's fees and availability for your next event
One of our consultants will get back to you soon