Baroness Suttie

Baroness Suttie

Full title

The Baroness Suttie


Alison Suttie


Liberal Democrat

Joined the Lords

17 September 2013

Contact details

House of Lords, London, SW1A 0PW
Tel: 020 7219 5353


Professional life

Job title Organisation Date
Deputy Chief of Staff Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 2010-11
Head of Office Liberal Democrat Leader's Office 2006-10
Press Secretary Cabinet of the President of the European Parliament 2002-04
Policy Advisor and Press Officer European Parliament 1996-02

Member's focus

European Union
Health services and medicine
International affairs
Parliament, government and politics
Promotion of learning foreign languages
Scottish Borders
European Union
Indian Subcontinent
North Africa/Maghreb
Russia and Former Soviet Republics

Register of Interests

  • 1: Directorships

    • Self-employed consultant and sole trader trading as Suttie Consulting (political campaigning and training consultancy; income from interests registered in category 2 is paid to Suttie Consulting)
  • 2: Remunerated employment, office, profession etc.

    • European Adviser, 2Simple, London (educational software company)
    • Occasional lecturing and training for Westminster Explained and for Dods Training, London
  • 7: Overseas visits

    • Visit to Cambodia, 16-21 February 2014, on fact-finding visit to gain insight into how Cambodia is addressing major health challenges, including its high burden of tuberculosis (TB); cost of visit including flights and accommodation met by Results UK
    • Visit to Romania, 2-5 June 2014, on a fact-finding visit on the treatment of TB; cost of visit, including flights and accommodation, met by Results UK
    • Visit to Astana, Kazakhstan, 26-30 September 2014, as guest speaker at Festival of Languages; visit included visits to several universities in Astana as well as cultural events; travel and accommodation paid by Office of the Mayor of Astana
    • Visit to Hammamet, Tunisia, 12-16 November 2014 for annual Hammamet Conference of senior leaders from North Africa and UK; travel and accommodation costs paid by British Council
  • 10: Non-financial interests (e)

    • Trustee, Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR)