More United has worked with Gareth in funding his Harrow West public meetings, in which he discussed Brexit with his constituents and listened to their views. By creating a space for dialogue and information sharing, Gareth hoped to bridge the ever-widening divide that Brexit is causing within the community. He also helped secure debates on both Legal Aid and on the impact of Brexit on the NHS. More United supporters backed him during the 2017 election.
How More United supports Gareth
Before becoming an MP in 1997, Gareth was a teacher in the constituency he now represents. In his long career in Parliament Gareth has consistently stood up for LGBTQ rights and electoral reform. Formerly Minister for International Development, Gareth is a passionate advocate of the UK's duty to help refugees.
Gareth is also a vocal campaigner for a low carbon economy, in particular the economic benefits this can bring. He has conducted and published research into energy and climate change.