Sir Vince Cable, former MP for Twickenham

vince_cable_station.jpgSir Vince Cable is the MP for Twickenham.

Sir Vince Cable is standing down as MP for Twickenham at the December 2019 general election. He is still available for case work until a new MP has been elected. If you live in Twickenham constituency please email [email protected] and remember to include your full postal address. 

:: Address: 49 Church Lane, Teddington, TW11 8PA

:: Telephone: 020 8977 0606

:: email: [email protected]

:: twitter: @VinceCable

:: facebook: VinceCableForTwickenham

In 1981 Vince joined the Social Democratic Party and has been a member ever since. He was first elected as the Member of Parliament for Twickenham in 1997 and as an MP has helped tens of thousands of local people with their issues.

He led fight for local hospitals including saving and rebuilding the West Middlesex; saving Teddington Memorial Hospital; fighting threatened closures at Kingston. Vince has also led campaigns against Heathrow expansion, aircraft noise and night flights.

Vince has also led the fight against cuts to local schools and to improve social care. 

Vince is backing the Liberal Democrat candidate Munira Wilson to succeed him and continue his work. 








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