|Member of Parliament|
for Brighton Kemptown
|Assumed office |
8 June 2017
|Preceded by||Simon Kirby|
|Member of the Brighton and Hove City Council|
for East Brighton
4 August 2016 – 27 December 2017
|Preceded by||Maggie Barredell|
|Succeeded by||Nancy Platts|
|Born||Lloyd Cameron Russell-Moyle|
14 September 1986
Brighton, England, UK
|Political party||Labour Co-operative|
|Alma mater||Sussex Downs College|
University of Bradford
University of Sussex
Lloyd Cameron Russell-Moyle (born 14 September 1986) is a British Labour Co-operative politician who was elected as the Member of Parliament (MP) for Brighton Kemptown in the 2017 general election.
Early life and education
Russell-Moyle was born in Brighton and educated at Wallands Primary School, Priory School, Lewes, Sussex Downs College, the University of Bradford, and the University of Sussex. He worked at the National Youth Agency, chairing the Woodcraft Folk and being the Vice President of the European Youth Forum based in Brussels.
Russell-Moyle stood in the 2015 general election for the Lewes constituency, coming fourth. Subsequently he was elected and served as a councillor on Brighton and Hove City Council in August 2016, before standing for and being elected as MP for Brighton Kemptown in 2017, being one of eight LGBT people elected in that General Election.
Russell-Moyle has written in condemnation of the British government's policies on arms exports to countries such as Saudi Arabia for use in the conflict in Yemen. He supports the establishment of Supervised Injection sites in his local constituency. Russell-Moyle is a supporter of the leadership of Jeremy Corbyn.
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- Profile at Parliament of the United Kingdom
- Contributions in Parliament at Hansard 2010–present
- Voting record at Public Whip
- Record in Parliament at TheyWorkForYou
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