Jo was recently profiled for BBC news online, who were particularly interested in her experiences as the youngest MP at Westminster.
She comments: “In Parliament and politics it seems that people think you are young forever. At 40 you are considered young.
“But look at what other 28-year-olds are doing. My sister became a consultant at the age of 33. When I worked in the media, the programme director was 25. At 28, a lot of people have done a lot in their professions.”
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