He was among many Conservatives to lose their seats this year

Former insurance broker and Conservative Craig Tracey has lost his North Warwickshire and Bedworth seat in the 2024 general election.

Tracey, who started Dunelm Insurance Brokers in 1996, lost his seat to Labour’s Rachel Margaret Taylor, who managed to secure 14,727 votes.

Tracey, who is also the chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Insurance and Financial Services, achieved the second most votes at 12,529.


Tracey worked in insurance for nearly 20 years before being elected as the Conservative MP for North Warwickshire and Bedworth in 2015 after securing 20,042 votes.

He was re-elected in 2017, with him increasing his majority to 26,860 votes, which grew further in 2019 to 30,249.

During his time as a MP, he would attend Biba manifesto launches and speak fondly of brokers.

He was among multiple Conservatives to lose their seats in the 2024 election, with them losing more than 200 compared to 2019.

Labour, meanwhile, secured more than 400 seats and, in turn, have put an end to 14 years of Conservative rule.