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Tim Farron
MP
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Leader o the Leeberal Democrats
In office
16 Julie 2015 – 14 Juin 2017
Deputy Jo Swinson (2017)
Precedit bi Nick Clegg
Succeedit bi Vincent Cable
Leeberal Democrat Furrin an Commonweel Affairs Spokesman
In office
7 January 2015 – 16 Julie 2015
Leader Nick Clegg
Precedit bi Ed Davey (2010)
Succeedit bi Tom Brake
Preses o the Leeberal Democrats
In office
1 Januar 2011 – 1 Januar 2015
Leader Nick Clegg
Precedit bi The Baroness Scott o Needham Market
Succeedit bi The Baroness Brinton
Leeberal Democrat Environment, Fuid, an Rural Affairs Spokesman
In office
October 2008 – 11 Mey 2010
Leader Nick Clegg
Precedit bi Steve Webb
Succeedit bi Dan Rogerson (2015)
Member o Pairlament
for Westmorland an Lonsdale
Assumed office
5 Mey 2005
Precedit bi Tim Collins
Majority 777 (1.5%)
Personal details
Born Timothy James Farron
(1970-05-27) 27 Mey 1970 (age 48)
Preston, Lancashire, Ingland
Poleetical pairty Leeberal Democrats
Ither poleetical
affiliations
Leeberal Pairty (1986–1988)
Spoose(s) Rosie Farron
Bairns 2 dauchters
2 sons
Alma mater Newcastle Varsity
Religion Kirk o Ingland

Timothy James Farron (born 27 Mey 1970 in Preston, Lancashire) is a Breetish politeecian wha acame Leader o the Leeberal Democrats in Julie 2015, an held this poseetion until Juin 2017, efter which he wis succeedit bi Vincent Cable.[1] He wis electit the Member o Pairlament (MP) for Westmorland an Lonsdale in 2005 an re-electit in 2010, 2015, an 2017, when his majority wis reduced frae 8,949 (18.3%) tae 777 (1.5%), an wis the Preses o the Leeberal Democrats frae 2011 till 2014.[2][3][4]

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Mayhew, Bess (16 July 2015). "Tim Farron elected as Leader of the Liberal Democrats". Liberal Democrats. Retrieved 16 July 2015. 
  2. Duffett, Helen (13 November 2010). "Lib Dem Presidential Contest: Result". Lib Dem Voice. 
  3. "Cambridgeshire campaigner becomes new President of the Liberal Democrats". itv.com. 29 November 2014. 
  4. "Sal Brinton elected as new Liberal Democrat Party President". www.libedems.org.uk. Retrieved 31 December 2016.