Deborah Unger

Chingford and Wood Green

Deborah is not a career politician, but she is committed to the principles that the Liberal Democrats represent: openness, tolerance and keeping Britain in the European Union. A long time Lib Dem voter she joined the party in May 2015 as she felt it was important to make a stand.

Truly appalled by the tenor of the Europe referendum campaign – particularly the blatant lies of the Brexiteers – and the result. Deborah then decided to become a parliamentary candidate. Keen to make a difference, she is determined to show that ordinary people who are tolerant and open, can participate in politics.

A mother of two, Deborah has worked as a journalist and for charity organisations that promote better lives for people. She is now an anti-corruption activist for Transparency International, the global anti-corruption movement. One particular highlight of her work has been to develop campaigns on corruption in sport, trying to force the likes of FIFA to change the way they work.

Her advocacy experience and communication skills make me an ideal person to promote Liberal Democratic values. Understanding of the chaos that a hard Brexit will bring, Deborah is determined to do what she can to stop it. Unseating Iain Duncan Smith, a long-time Euro sceptic who has held the Chingford & Woodford Green seat for the Tories for decades would be a major blow against the Tory Hard Brexit!

The Tory Hard Brexit will be a catastrophe for the UK. Vote LibDem in Chingford & Woodford Green to change Britain's future.

Contact

Email:

deborahungerld@gmail.com

Website: debcwise.wordpress.com
Facebook: @DeborahUngerLD
Twitter:

@debwiseunger

Phone: 07432 1666 22

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