William Summers, LIB DEM candidate profile
Liberal Democrat William Summers is a local lad through and through. Born in King's Lynn, he currently lives in Brancaster Staithe where he works in securing affordable housing for rural areas.
Liberal Democrat William Summers is a local lad through and through.
Born in King's Lynn, he currently lives in Brancaster Staithe where he works in securing affordable housing for rural areas.
Mr Summers, 32, was educated at Smithdon High and went on to study a business economics degree at Leicester University.
He lists his pet hate as littering, was a far of the now defunct King's Lynn FC and his favourite music at present is the new Gorillaz album.
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'I am looking forward to a lively but fair contest to be North West Norfolk's next MP,' he says on his website.
'With the Labour vote plummeting across Norfolk and voters yet to be convinced by the Tories, this is a massive opportunity for real change and an end to the stale politics of the two old parties.
- 1 County welcomes tankers but motorists continue to queue for fuel
- 2 Norfolk wakes up to empty pumps – despite assurances of ‘ample fuel stocks’
- 3 Revealed: Where most parking tickets have been issued in Norfolk
- 4 Key workers share 'unnecessary and frustrating' impact of panic-buying
- 5 Weird Norfolk: Is Diss Mere the waterlogged crater of an extinct volcano?
- 6 Huge seaside home with indoor pool for sale for £600,000
- 7 Q&A: All you need to know about fuel shortages
- 8 Search continues for man with knife who chased victim into KFC
- 9 Controversy reignited over 300 home scheme on edge of Norwich
- 10 Queuing for petrol - a tale as old as time
'If you want to get rid of Labour but are not convinced the Tories will make much difference, don't just hold your nose and vote for more of the same.
'The Liberal Democrats are now a real player on a national and a local level and can offer real change for Norfolk and for Britain.'
Supporters hope he will have more luck on the election trail than a weekend break in Belgium, where he locked his keys in the car after driving off the ferry and ended up spending the night in Calais.