General election candidates 2015

Millicent Scott for HammersmithMillicent-photograph-3-SQUARE.jpg

Millicent Scott is our parliamentary candidate for Hammersmith. She is born in Hammersmith and grew up in Shepherd’s Bush. She went to St Peter’s Primary School in Hammersmith and then St Paul’s Girls’ School on Brook Green. She is a graduate of the University of London and University of Edinburgh. After several years living in other places she returned to Hammersmith eight years ago.

Her reason for standing as a parliamentary candidate is her strong personal commitment to political change. Millicent spent many years campaigning to engage a more representative and more diverse range of people in politics. She knows we need more younger people, women, people from non-white backgrounds and other under-represented identities in government.

In a democracy the power lies with the people. That’s why I want to see a wider range of people in politics. Through building a fairer society I firmly believe we can build a stronger economy and provide opportunity for all.

Contact 

Web          millicentscott.com
Facebook  millicentscottlibdem
Twitter      @MissMillicent
YouTube   Millicent's channel
Email        millicentscottlibdem@gmail.com

Simon Bailey for Fulham and Chelseasimonbailey.jpg

Simon Bailey is our parliamentary candidate for Fulham and Chelsea. Simon was born in Cheltenham in 1984.  He was educated at Easingwold High School in North Yorkshire before securing a place at Durham University to study Physics.  

After graduating in 2006 Simon moved to London, from where he has built a successful career as a management consultant, supporting UK public services implement change.  He understands extremely well, the challenges facing the public sector, as well as its strengths.

Simon is an avid environmentalist and regular user of public transport.  He purchased his own home through a shared ownership scheme in Hammersmith where he has lived since 2009.  He understands well the impacts such schemes can have on social cohesion and wellbeing, and in addressing the capital’s housing crisis. 

Contact

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