Member of Parliament for the Conservative Party of Great Britain. She served as Lord Commissioner of the Treasury from 2013 to 2014 and was appointed Minister for Modern Slavery and Organised Crime in 2014.
She attended Imperial College London, graduating with a degree in mathematics. She worked as a financial manager from 1991 to 2007.
She served on the Work and Pensions Select Committee before being appointed to the treasury.
Her marriage to Neil Bradley produced two sons.
She was appointed Minister for Modern Slavery and Organised Crime under the administration of Prime Minister David Cameron.