MPs and Councillors

Our elected representatives across the North West.

Tom Morrison MP won Cheadle at the 2024 General Election, taking 23,681 votes (46.7%, up 4.9%) and a majority of 12,235.

Tom fought to save the night time services at Offerton Fire Station, and the led the campaign get a banking hub in Bramhall.

As part of the Cheadle Towns Board, Tom has also helped get a train station for Cheadle Village which will be open in 2025.

A councillor who sits on Greater Manchester’s Police, Fire and Crime Panel, Tom has led on action against anti-social behaviour in our districts and fought against the Governments cuts to our local front line officers.

Tom lives in Cheadle Hulme and will be a local champion for our area. As a community campaigner, Tom has always put Cheadle constituency first and will be a proactive, energetic and effective Member of Parliament for us.

Citing the moment the Liberal Democrats got his mum a council house, Tom says that was the moment he became aware of the "positive impact politics could have on people's lives."

Toms key priorities for Cheadle Constituency is to get Stepping Hill Hospital fixed and invested in, ending the scandal of sewage dumping in our rivers and getting investment into our high streets, including bringing Metrolink to the area.

Tom Morrison MP

Lisa Smart was elected MP for Hazel Grove in the 2024 General Election.

She received 17,238 votes (37.7%, up 0.5%) with a majority of 6,500.

Born and brought up in the North West, Lisa lives in Romiley with her partner Ed, who grew up in High Lane, and their rescue dog Bonnie.

Lisa cares deeply about Hazel Grove constituency and its people, working as an active volunteer locally. Roles include serving as a trustee for the New Horizons Canal Boat for disabled people and their carers in Marple, as a volunteer for the Woodley & Romiley Towpath Team, and a trustee of the Barrack Hill Education Trust.

As an active and successful campaigner, she has been at the heart of include securing Specialist Status for Stepping Hill Hospital, saving the Rose Hill to Manchester rail service, and improving road safety across the borough.

Other areas Lisa is campaigning hard on are the climate emergency and the need for us to protect green space, tackle air pollution and protect wildlife.

The former Chief Executive of an international education development charity, Lisa is committed to making sure young people get the best start in life and their voices are heard. The first of her family to go to university, Lisa graduated from Durham University with a degree in Mathematics followed by an MBA from the London Business School.

Lisa is known for being gutsy and getting things done, whether it is through her voluntary roles, by working as a Director of the Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust or though convincing Council bosses to give Asset of Community Value status to protect local green space.

Never afraid to stand up for what is right and fair, Lisa also knows how to demand better use of government money, with 12 years of experience looking after pension funds and charity investments for UK, US and Canadian clients.

Lisa Smart MP

Tim Farron has been MP for Westmorland & Lonsdale since 2005. He was re-elected in 2024 with 31,061 votes (62.7%, up 22.0%)
and a majority of 21,472.

Tim has built a strong track record of being a visible and hard-working constituency MP who gets things done - whether that’s bringing chemotherapy treatment to Westmorland General Hospital, helping to save vital rural GP surgeries, or even organising a free heritage train service on the Lakes Line when Northern gave up trying to run their own trains!

Over the past 19 years, Tim has completed more than 150,000 pieces of casework for local people – whether that’s securing a roof over the head for a family in desperate housing need, or getting critical mental health treatment for someone’s child.

Tim lives in Milnthorpe, south Cumbria, with his wife Rosie, his daughters Isabella and Gracie and his sons Jude and Laurie. In his limited spare time, Tim enjoys following the (mis)fortunes of Blackburn Rovers, playing football, fell running, walking in the Lake District, listening to various kinds of music and spending time with family and friends.

He became an MP for Westmorland and Lonsdale in 2005 ending a 95 year rule by the Tories, winning by 267 votes. He was Liberal Democrat party leader 2015-2017.

Tim Farron MP
Tim Farron MP

Councillors across the North West

The Liberal Democrats are represented in most Town Halls across the North West.


Cumberland: 4 (List of all 46 councillors here)

Westmorland & Furness: 36 (List of all 65 councillors here)


Burnley 7 (List of all 45 councillors here)

Fylde 2 (List of all 37 councillors here)

Lancaster 7 (List of all 61 councillors here)

Preston 13 (List of all 48 councillors here)

Pendle 8 (List of all 7 Lib Dem councillors here)

Ribble Valley 5 (List of all 40 councillors here)

South Ribble 5 (List of all 50 councillors here)

There are no Lib Dem councillors at present on Blackpool, Blackburn with Darwen, Chorley, Hyndburn, Wyre or Rossendale.


Knowsley 3 (List of all 45 councillors here)

Liverpool 15 (List of our 15 councillors here)

Sefton 9 (List of all 66 councillors here)

St Helens 4 (List of all 48 councillors here)

Wirral 6 (List of all 66 councillors here)

Greater Manchester:

Bolton 6 (List of all 60 councillors here)

Manchester 4 (List of all 96 councillors here)

Oldham 9 (List of all 60 councillors here)

Rochdale 3 (List of all 60 councillors here)

Stockport 31 (List of all 63 councillors here)

Trafford 6 (List of all 63 councillors here)

There are no Lib Dems councillors at present on Bury, Salford, Tameside or Wigan


Warrington: 12 (List of all 58 councillors here)

Halton: 3 (List of all 54 councillors here)

Cheshire East: 2 (List of all 82 councillors here)

Cheshire West & Chester:1 (List of all 70 councillors here)

New MPs

Following the 2024 General Election we have 72 Members of Parliament. They are:

  • Bath:  Wera Hobhouse
  • Bicester & Woodstock:  Callum Miller
  • Brecon, Radnor & Cwm Tawe:  David Chadwick
  • Caithness, Sutherland & Easter Ross:  Jamie Stone
  • Cambridgeshire South:  Pippa Heylings
  • Carshalton & Wallington:  Bobby Dean
  • Cheadle:  Tom Morrison
  • Chelmsford:  Marie Goldman
  • Cheltenham:  Max Wilkinson
  • Chesham & Amersham:  Sarah Green
  • Chichester:   Jess Brown-Fuller
  • Chippenham:  Sarah Gibson
  • Cornwall North:   Ben Maguire
  • Cotswolds South:  Roz Savage
  • Devon North:  Ian Roome
  • Devon South:  Caroline Voaden
  • Didcot & Wantage:  Olly Glover
  • Dorking & Horley:  Chris Coghlan
  • Dorset Mid & North Poole:  Vikki Slade
  • Dorset West:  Edward Morello
  • Dunbartonshire Mid:  Susan Murray
  • Eastbourne:  Josh Babarinde
  • Eastleigh:  Liz Jarvis
  • Edinburgh West:  Christine Jardine
  • Ely & East Cambridgeshire:  Charlotte Cane
  • Epsom & Ewell:  Helen Maguire
  • Esher & Walton:  Monica Harding
  • Fife North East:  Wendy Chamberlain
  • Frome & East Somerset:  Anna Sabine
  • Glastonbury & Somerton:  Sarah Dyke
  • Guildford:  Zoe Franklin
  • Hampshire North East:  Alex Brewer
  • Harpenden & Berkhamsted:  Victoria Collins
  • Harrogate & Knaresborough:  Tom Gordon
  • Hazel Grove:  Lisa Smart
  • Henley & Thame:  Freddie van Mierlo
  • Honiton & Sidmouth:  Richard Foord
  • Horsham:  John Milne
  • Inverness, Skye & West Ross:  Angus MacDonald
  • Lewes:  James MacCleary
  • Kingston & Surbiton:  Ed Davey
  • Maidenhead:  Joshua Reynolds
  • Melksham & Devizes:  Brian Mathew
  • Newbury:  Lee Dillon
  • Newton Abbot:  Martin Wrigley
  • Norfolk North:  Steff Aquarone
  • Orkney & Shetland:  Alistair Carmichael
  • Oxford West & Abingdon:  Layla Moran
  • Richmond Park:  Sarah Olney
  • Shropshire North:  Helen Morgan
  • St Albans:  Daisy Cooper
  • St Ives:  Andrew George
  • St Neots & Mid Cambs:  Ian Sollom
  • Stratford-on-Avon:  Manuela Perteghella
  • Surrey Heath:  Al Pinkerton
  • Sussex Mid:  Alison Bennett
  • Sutton & Cheam:  Luke Taylor
  • Taunton & Wellington:  Gideon Amos
  • Tewkesbury:  Cameron Thomas
  • Thornbury & Yate:  Claire Young
  • Tiverton & Minehead:  Rachel Gilmour
  • Torbay:  Steve Darling
  • Tunbridge Wells:  Mike Martin
  • Twickenham:  Munira Wilson
  • Wells & Mendip Hills:  Tessa Munt
  • Westmorland & Lonsdale:  Tim Farron
  • Wimbledon:  Paul Kohler
  • Winchester:  Danny Chambers
  • Witney:  Charlie Maynard
  • Woking:  Will Forster
  • Wokingham:  Clive Jones
  • Yeovil:  Adam Dance

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