Andrew Tyrie

Andrew Tyrie

Conservative MP, Andrew Tyrie, Chair of the Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards and Chair of the Treasury Select Committee, photographed in his office in Portcullis House, Westminster, London. Photo by Michael Walter/Troika

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