Politicians

Caroline Lucas MP

Caroline Lucas MPCaroline Lucas is a British politician. She is the leader of the Green Party of England and Wales, and the Green Party's first and only Member of Parliament (MP) in the House of Commons of the United Kingdom.

She is noted for campaigning and writing on green economics, localisation, alternatives to globalisation, trade justice, animal welfare and food. In her time as a politician and activist, she has worked with numerous NGOs and think-tanks, including the RSPCA, the CND and Oxfam.

Caroline was elected for the Brighton Pavilion constituency at the 2010 general election.

Helen Grant MP

Helen Grant Helen Grant is a British solicitor and Conservative Party politician. She is the current Member of Parliament for Maidstone and The Weald in Kent. She was elected at the 2010 general election, replacing the constituency's previous incumbent, Ann Widdecombe, who had decided to step down as an MP. Grant was the first black woman to be selected to defend a Tory seat and her election made her the Conservatives' first female black MP.

She is a dog lover who has supported a number of animal welfare campaigns.

Helen's Border Terrier Charlie is a previous winner of Westminster Dog of Year.

Leigh-Catherine Salway

Leigh-Catherine SalwayLeigh - Catherine aka Psychic LC is a talented renowned Psychic Medium. Psychic LC is proactively involved in various animal rights campaigns and charities including Pup Aid.

Owing to her political contacts Psychic LC is helping Pup Aid lobby politicians in the Welsh Assembly, Houses of Parliament and the House of Lords. Psychic LC is attending the Pupaid event September 8th. Leigh-Catherine is also the media spokesperson for Welsh Citizens against Breed Specific Legislation. Leigh - Catherine has been featured on ITV's This Morning, Radio 5 live and Chat It's Fate magazine. Her agent is Sarah Jane Cass at Somethin'Else.

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