Craig Tracey MP plans to promote small businesses

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The former Dunelm Insurance Brokers owner says government needs to understand the impact of regulation on small independent brokers.

Craig Tracey, former owner of Dunelm Insurance Brokers, said he plans to promote small businesses in the government after being elected Conservative MP for North Warwickshire.

Tracey told Insurance Age that he is looking to get involved in the All Party Parliamentary Group on Insurance and Financial Services to help the Financial Conduct Authority to understand the point of view of small businesses and the impact regulation has on them.

According to Tracey, one of the main reasons he decided to

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