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Fiona Hall (politician)

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Preceded by  Gordon Adam
Children  2 daughters
Political party  Liberal Democrat

Nationality  British
Succeeded by  Paul Brannen
Name  Fiona Hall
Fiona Hall (politician)
Born  15 July 1955 (age 60) Swinton, Lancashire (1955-07-15)
Residence  Whittingham, Northumberland

Fiona Jane Hall MBE (born 15 July 1955 in Swinton, Lancashire), née Cutts, was a Member of the European Parliament for North East England and leader of the Liberal Democrat MEPs., until the 2014 European Election. She was elected to the European Parliament in 2004, and re-elected in 2009, coming in third behind Labour and Conservative candidates with 17% of the vote, the highest of any UK Liberal Democrat candidate.

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Hall was born in Swinton, Lancashire and attended Worsley Wardley Grammar School and Eccles College. She went on to study at St Hugh's College, Oxford and graduated with a degree in Modern Languages. She worked part-time as a teacher after moving to Northumberland where she campaigned against nuclear power in the early 1990s.

Hall began working as a political officer for the Liberal Democrats in 1997 and parliamentary researcher two years later. Hall was an Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe polling station supervisor in Kosovo in 2001 following the 1999 NATO bombing of Yugoslavia.

Hall led the European Union's observer mission in Togo during the October 2007 Togolese parliamentary election. She has been vice-president of the European Forum for Renewable Energy Sources since 2008, and is a member of the group MEPs Against Cancer.

Hall was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 2013 New Year Honours for public and political service.


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