Why Daisy backs More United:
"With the rise of political extremes it’s more important than ever for people to engage with politics and make their voices heard. I have a track record of campaigning cross-party for things I believe in - from fighting for improved LGBT+ rights abroad and for a free and accountable press, to protecting green spaces. I would be proud to receive the support of More United and to continue their work in Parliament."
About Daisy Cooper
Daisy’s career is a track record of her commitment to More United’s values of opportunity, tolerance and openness. As Director of Hacked Off, an organisation set up in the wake of the phone hacking scandal, Daisy campaigns to maintain the freedom of the press while holding it to account. Working in Commonwealth affairs, she has campaigned for better LGBT+ rights around the world, against human rights violations in Zimbabwe and Sri Lanka, and she is currently her party’s National Diversity Champion. Daisy is also firmly opposed to a ‘hard Brexit'.