With a background in the charity sector working for Amnesty International and Save The Children, Tulip has continued fighting against injustice and inequality in Parliament.
How More United supports Tulip
She is vice-chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group against Antisemitism and a member of the Women and Equalities Select Committee. She also has a track record of standing up for the needs of disabled people, campaigning against cuts to social care and for improved accessibility at tube stations.
Tulip has proved herself to be a principled MP who will represent the views of her constituents, resigning from Labour's front bench following the decision to whip the vote to trigger Article 50.