Caroline Patricia Lucas MP is a British politician, and since 2 September 2016, Co-Leader of the Green Party of England and Wales. She has been the Member of Parliament (MP) for Brighton Pavilion since the 2010 general election, when she became the Green Party's first MP. She was re-elected in the 2015 and 2017 general elections with an increased majority.
Tonia Antoniazzi MP
“I have joined United Patients Alliance mainly because one of my best friends has Multiple Sclerosis and I have seen first hand how cannabis helps him. He joined this wonderful organisation looking out for and fighting for patients like my friend and I am delighted to give them my support”
Norman Baker, dubbed “the most annoying man in parliament” by David Cameron, acquired a reputation as a relentless questioner of the prime minister from the back benches. The former Liberal Democrat MP’s many causes include: his investigation into the death of the government scientist David Kelly; the liberalisation of drug laws; outlawing “cowboy clampers”; greener transport; Tibetan rights; and holding Cameron to account over a “cash for access” issue.
Julian Huppert is the Founding Director of the Intellectual Forum, which is aimed at covering the widest range of academic interests across the College.
His background is as a scientist, working on unusual structures of DNA.
After five years away as the MP for Cambridge, his research focus changed to look at science and technology policy, including the challenges of privacy in the digital age. He has also worked on how to best use evidence in public policy making – a perennial challenge.
Paul Philip Flynn MP (RIP) was a British Labour Party politician, who was the longest running Member of Parliament (MP), representing Newport West since the 1987 general election, until ill-health sadly saw him lose his fight in February 2019. Paul was a much-loved Patron for United Patients alliance, helping to provide tireless advocacy for medical cannabis patients by ensuring our message was heard by his colleagues in Parliament.