Parliamentary Candidates

Kristy Adams

Hove

I am passionate about Hove & Portslade where I live, work and raise my family. I know the challenges we all face on a daily basis - as parents, workers, commuters and employers. Having run a small business I know how to achieve results, and will work tirelessly for you in parliament. 

Lucy Allan

Telford
Lucy was elected as the Member of Parliament for Telford at the 2015 General Election, after having been a Councillor in the London Borough of Wandsworth from 2006-12. As a councillor, Allan became chairman of a Safer Neighbourhoods Panel, and now sits on the Education Committee. Lucy founded Family First Group, a lobby group which campaigns to reduce the number of children in state care, for improvements to the UK child protection system and support for families affected by it. 

Heidi Allen

South Cambridgeshire
Heidi was elected to Parliament in 2015, representing South Cambridgeshire. Originally from Notton, Yorkshire, Heidi has years of business experience in a variety of industries, both in the public and private sectors. For the last six years, Heidi had been the managing director of her family’s manufacturing business. She now sits on the Work and Pensions Committee. 

Caroline Ansell

Eastbourne
Caroline was elected as the Member for Eastbourne in 2015, winning the seat from the Liberal Democrats. Caroline is a former teacher and school inspector, in the sector for 15 years. A Conservative activist for many years, she was also a Meads Councillor on Eastbourne Borough Council. She sits on the Environmental Audit Committee. 

Natasha Asghar

Newport East
Natasha was born in the Royal Gwent Hospital and was educated in the area – so she is fully aware of the changes that Newport has been through over the last twenty years. A thriving city that used to have a town centre which attracted shoppers, business and trade, which sadly is not the case at all now.

Victoria Atkins

Louth and Horncastle
Victoria is the MP for Louth and Horncastle, elected in the 2015 General Election with an unprecedented majority of 14,997, more than 50% of the vote. She read law at Cambridge University and became a criminal barrister, specialising in prosecuting serious organised crime. She is one of only 30 advocates in England and Wales appointed to the Attorney General’s Regulatory Panel and the Serious Fraud Office’s List of specialist fraud prosecutors. Before her election to the House in May Victoria stood as the Police and Crime Commissioner for Gloucestershire in 2012.