Tim Farron

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Tim Farron

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Leader o the Leeberal Democrats
In office
16 Julie 2015 – 14 Juin 2017
DeputeJo Swinson (2017)
Precedit biNick Clegg
Succeedit biVincent Cable
Leeberal Democrat Furrin an Commonweel Affairs Spokesman
In office
7 January 2015 – 16 Julie 2015
LeaderNick Clegg
Precedit biEd Davey (2010)
Succeedit biTom Brake
Preses o the Leeberal Democrats
In office
1 Januar 2011 – 1 Januar 2015
LeaderNick Clegg
Precedit biThe Baroness Scott o Needham Market
Succeedit biThe Baroness Brinton
Leeberal Democrat Environment, Fuid, an Rural Affairs Spokesman
In office
October 2008 – 11 Mey 2010
LeaderNick Clegg
Precedit biSteve Webb
Succeedit biDan Rogerson (2015)
Member o Pairlament
for Westmorland an Lonsdale
Assumed office
5 Mey 2005
Precedit biTim Collins
Majority777 (1.5%)
Personal details
BornTimothy James Farron
(1970-05-27) 27 Mey 1970 (age 50)
Preston, Lancashire, Ingland
Poleetical pairtyLeeberal Democrats
Ither poleetical
affiliations
Leeberal Pairty (1986–1988)
Spoose(s)Rosie Farron
Bairns2 dauchters
2 sons
Alma materNewcastle Varsity
ReligionKirk 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. |access-date= requires |url= (help)
  4. "Sal Brinton elected as new Liberal Democrat Party President". www.libedems.org.uk. Retrieved 31 December 2016.