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Results: 650 of 650 constituencies declared
|CON 307||LAB 258||LIB DEM 57||OTHER 28|
Name: Juliet Williams
Candidate for: Brighton Kemptown
Party: Liberal Democrat
Why I want to be an MP: I want to create policy and legislation which makes our country fairer, more equal and better to live in.
Liberal Democrat priorities are to have Vince Cable deal with the country's economic problems; electoral reform so that every vote counts; and investing in better education to give every child a fair start.
I can make a difference in Brighton Kemptown. I will fight tirelessly to get the schools built that the city desperately needs.
I passionately believe that everyone in Brighton should have freedom of opportunity to achieve all that they can in life.
Marital status: I am gay and marriage is not available to me
Born: Oxford, June 15, 1966
Address: Brambletyne Avenue, Saltdean
Occupation: Barrister, music critic
Interests: Cultural events – music/art exhibitions/film/dance; swimming – I have been on the management committee of a purpose-built pool for swimmers with special needs.
I am active in my professional association and in disability organisations.
I have personal experience of disability and personal experience as a carer.
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