Lord McNally supports Norfolk's Lib Dems

The Liberal Democrats' leader in the House of Lords is set to visit the county on Thursday to give two of the party's candidates a boost at their adoption meetings.

The Liberal Democrats' leader in the House of Lords is set to visit the county on Thursday to give two of the party's candidates a boost at their adoption meetings.

Lord McNally, a former Downing Street advisor for Labour, will make a fleeting visit to show support for Norman Lamb in Cromer before flying along the A140 to make an appearance at David Stephen's Norwich North meeting.

The former Stockport South MP entered politics in 1967 as a member of the Labour Party and held a number of key roles for the party before crossing the floor in 1981.

He entered the House of Lords in 1995.


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