Daisy Cooper - Shadow Spokesperson for Young People


 Daisy is the Parliamentary Candidate for St Albans. Tim Farron has recently announced that Daisy will act be the Lib Dem spokesperson for young people.

 She lives in the heart of the City and is campaigning against a hard BREXIT, for improved local NHS services and for more affordable and reliable trains. Daisy is also actively supporting the "Save the St Albans Pubs" campaign.

Daisy is currently the Joint Executive Director of Hacked Off. Set up in the wake of the phone hacking scandal, Hacked Off campaigns with victims of press abuse and intrusion for a free and accountable press.

Previously Daisy worked in Commonwealth affairs for 10 years - campaigning for improved LGBT+ rights abroad and against human rights violations in Zimbabwe and Sri Lanka. Daisy campaigned for the UK to stay in the EU during the recent EU referendum and was appointed in October 2016 as the Party's National Candidate Diversity Champion.

Daisy is a high-profile candidate within the Lib Dems having come second in the 2014 race to become Party President, and having stood for Parliament before. She is known in the party for being a driving force behind the adoption of "One Member One Vote" and was part of the team that designed measures to improve the diversity of the party's Councillors and future MPs.

Daisy is the Parliamentary Candidate for St Albans. Tim Farron Leader of the Lib Dems has recently announced that Daisy will take the position of Spokesperson for Young People

She lives in the heart of the City and is campaigning against a hard BREXIT, for improved local NHS services and for more affordable and reliable trains. Daisy is also actively supporting the "Save the St Albans Pubs" campaign.

Daisy is currently the Joint Executive Director of Hacked Off. Set up in the wake of the phone hacking scandal, Hacked Off campaigns with victims of press abuse and intrusion for a free and accountable press.

Previously Daisy worked in Commonwealth affairs for 10 years - campaigning for improved LGBT+ rights abroad and against human rights violations in Zimbabwe and Sri Lanka. Daisy campaigned for the UK to stay in the EU during the recent EU referendum and was appointed in October 2016 as the Party's National Candidate Diversity Champion.

Daisy is a high-profile candidate within the Lib Dems having come second in the 2014 race to become Party President, and having stood for Parliament before. She is known in the party for being a driving force behind the adoption of "One Member One Vote" and was part of the team that designed measures to improve the diversity of the party's Councillors and future MPs.


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