Bridget Fox (right) is the Liberal Democrat choice to fight the Cities of London & Westminster seat at the General Election.
Bridget works for an environmental charity based near Old Street and lives nearby with her partner Richard. Having won awards for her campaigns to improve local transport and protect the environment, Bridget is committed to protecting the precious greenspaces in Westminster and the City and fighting to clean up the lethal and illegal levels of air pollution.
Like a majority of voters in the Cities constituency, Bridget is opposed to Brexit. With a partner who works in the City and from her previous career as a manager with an international software house, Bridget knows how vital access to the EU single market is for local jobs and the many businesses large and small based here.
Since her student days (she read French & History at Oxford) Bridget has been a committed internationalist and European, and currently sits on the board of a European environmental NGO. She is standing against a hard Brexit and for the rights of the diverse and outward looking local community.
Bridget has previously served as a local councillor, and as a member of the City Fringe Regeneration Board and is keen to use her experience on planning and regeneration to help get the right mix of affordable homes that local people need, while protecting the area’s unique architectural heritage.
Bridget says, “The Cities of London & Westminster are known world wide as the home of our Parliament, the Square Mile and great institutions from the BBC to the High Court. But just as important, this is home to tens and thousands of people, families and small businesses, who are threatened by hard Brexit. That’s why I am proud to be standing for the Liberal Democrats and against a hard Brexit in this crucial election.”
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