Liberal Democrat General Election Cabinet, 2015
Get Liberal Democrat General Election Cabinet, 2015 essential facts below. View Videos or join the Liberal Democrat General Election Cabinet, 2015 discussion. Add Liberal Democrat General Election Cabinet, 2015 to your topic list for future reference or share this resource on social media.
Liberal Democrat General Election Cabinet, 2015
Frontbench Teams since 1997
Ashdown Team (1997-1999)
Kennedy Team (1999-2006)
Campbell Team (2006-2007)
First Cable Team (2007)
Clegg Team (2007-2010)
General Election Cabinet (2015)
Farron Team (2015-2017)
Second Cable Team (2017-2019)
Swinson Team (2019)
Davey Team (2020)

While still members of David Cameron's Coalition government, the Liberal Democrat leader and Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg, announced a new frontbench team on 7 January 2015, in advance of that year's general election.[1]


Portfolio Name
General Election Cabinet
Leader of the Liberal Democrats The Rt Hon. Nick Clegg
Spokesperson for the Treasury The Rt Hon. Danny Alexander
Spokesperson for Home Affairs The Rt Hon. Lynne Featherstone
Spokesperson for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs Tim Farron
Spokesperson for Business and Industrial Strategy The Rt Hon. Vince Cable
Spokesperson for Education The Rt Hon. David Laws
Spokesperson for Health The Rt Hon. Norman Lamb
Spokesperson for Energy and Climate Change The Rt Hon. Ed Davey
Spokesperson for Defence Sir Nick Harvey
Spokesperson for Transport The Rt Hon. Susan Kramer, Baroness Kramer
Spokesperson for Women, Equalities, and Families Jo Swinson
Spokesperson for Europe The Rt Hon. Michael Moore
Spokesperson for Work and Pensions The Rt Hon. Steve Webb
Spokesperson for Communities and Local Government Stephen Williams
Spokesperson for Older People, Ageing, and Care The Rt Hon. Paul Burstow
Spokesperson for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Dan Rogerson
Spokesperson for International Development Martin Horwood
Spokesperson for Culture, Media and Sport John Leech
Spokesperson for Scotland The Rt Hon. Alistair Carmichael
Spokesperson for Wales The Rt Hon. Jenny Randerson, Baroness Randerson
Spokesperson for Northern Ireland Lorely Burt
Spokesperson for Justice
Attorney General
The Rt Hon. Simon Hughes
Leader of the House of Commons
Spokesperson for London
The Rt Hon. Tom Brake
Constitutional and Political Reform
Leader of the House of Lords
The Rt Hon. Jim Wallace, Lord Wallace of Tankerness
House of Commons Chief Whip The Rt Hon. Don Foster
House of Lords Chief Whip The Rt Hon. Richard Newby, Lord Newby
Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Deputy Prime Minister Simon Wright
Election Campaign Team
Election Committee Chair The Rt Hon. Paddy Ashdown, Lord Ashdown of Norton-sub-Hamdon
Election Committee Deputy Chair The Rt Hon. Olly Grender, Baroness Grender
Deputy Leader of the Parliamentary Party The Rt Hon. Sir Malcolm Bruce
Party President The Rt Hon. Sal Brinton, Baroness Brinton
Diversity Engagement Group Chair The Rt Hon. Navnit Dholakia, Lord Dholakia


  1. ^ "Liberal Democrat General Election Cabinet". Liberal Democrats. Liberal Democrats. Retrieved 2016.

  This article uses material from the Wikipedia page available here. It is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0.



Music Scenes