Sheffield has one Lib Dem MP and two Lib Dem MEPs. You can learn more about them below:
Rt Hon. Nick Clegg MP (Sheffield Hallam)
Nick Clegg was first elected as MP for Sheffield Hallam in 2005, with a majority of 8,000. Five years later, he nearly doubled his majority, re-elected by a margin of 15,000. In the intervening years he was propelled from fresh-faced MP to Leader of the Liberal Democrats. Prior to becoming a parliamentarian, Nick worked as an economic journalist and as a top negotiator for the European Union. In 2010, he led the Liberal Democrats into government for the first time in over 60 years. Subsequently, he became the Deputy Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
Contact: 01142 309 002 Website: www.nickclegg.org.uk
Edward McMillan-Scott MEP (Yorkshire & Humber)
Edward McMillan-Scott has represented Yorkshire & Humber in the European Parliament for more than twenty-five years. Edward ran his own public affairs company before first being elected to the European Parliament as a Conservative in 1984. In 2009 he was expelled from the Conservative Party, after he stood up to their extremist allies from other countries. In March 2010, Edward subsequently became a member of the Liberal Democrats and sits with the Liberal Democrat Group in Parliament.
Contact: 01937 583 699 Website: www.emcmillanscott.com
Rebecca Taylor MEP (Yorkshire & Humber)
Rebecca Taylor was born and raised in West Yorkshire and went to university in Sheffield and Leeds. Rebecca became an MEP in 2012, following the retirement of long-standing MEP Diana Wallis. Rebecca has more than 10 years experience in health, including working with patients to help improve NHS services and helping health sector organisations with their communications. Rebecca aims to use her background in health to improve public health and tackle health inequalities across Yorkshire.
Contact: 01482 850 155 Website: www.rebeccataylor.eu