Why Chris backs More United:
"I fully support More United’s values of opportunity, tolerance, democracy, openness and protection for the environment. I believe those values are integral to a positive, outward-looking and forward-thinking society. We need to embed them in everything we do if are to give every person in our country a chance to prosper and fulfil their potential and if we are to flourish as a nation. This is the kind of society I hope we will leave to future generations and I will do my best to deliver it if re-elected as MP for Rhondda."
About Chris Bryant
Chris worked as a Church of England minister, a BBC journalist and for an education charity before being elected as MP for Rhondda in 2001. He is in favour of democratic reform and has served on the Committee for Reform of the House of Lords. Following the phone hacking scandal, Chris called for and led the debates that resulted in the launch of the Leveson Inquiry.