Stuart Howard - your liberal choice for Mid Norfolk


My wife Verity and I have four children and we have lived in Radlett village, Hertfordshire for the last ten years. 


I am a Chartered Accountant (ICAEW) with many years of experience as both a CEO and CFO for public and private companies. I have worked in UK, Europe, US, Asia and the Middle East. 


As a Church appointed trustee of a local School Academy and a councillor on my local Parish council I see how important the community is in people’s lives. I want to ensure people feel connected. 


I am honoured to have been selected as your local candidate and will fight with integrity to ensure a fair deal for all. Britain needs a new government. Let’s be part of the change.


- Stuart


Stuart's standing against Conservative George Freeman, who claimed he couldn't pay his mortgage on a 118,000 per year ministerial salary and needed to take extra jobs. He also took work from companies selling equipment to the NHS during Covid, in breach of financial conflict-of-interest rules. It's time for a change: we need someone like Stuart who's more in touch with our communities and can uphold stronger standards in public life to represent us in parliament.

The Liberal Democrats got the largest increase in vote share in Mid Norfolk in 2019, and we want to do the same again to show people that liberal values and ideas - getting money out of politics, fairly funding our education and health services, building stronger communities and protecting our natural environment - matter to people here. Every vote for Stuart will help us do that and help us build a better future for our part of the country.


Stuart's Liberal Priorities

1 - Guarantee access to an NHS dentist for everyone needing urgent and emergency care, ending DIY dentistry and ‘dental deserts’. Far too many people have poor dental care and successive governments have failed to tackle the problem - now is the time.

2 - Take big money out of politics by capping donations to political parties, improving standards in public life and giving people in Mid Norfolk confidence they, not lobbyists, are being heard in government.

3 - Strengthen support for rural bus services and general investment in transport infrastructure: we need better paths for walking, better road conditions, and better connected communities.

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