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Sarah Quarmby - Parliamentary candidate for Wolverhampton South West

After studies in Oxford, Sarah's work brought her to Wolverhampton where she joined the Liberal Democrats.

Since 2016 she has been Chair of West Midlands Liberal Youth and campaigned for election to Wolverhampton Council in 2016.

Sarah is a campaigner for young people's rights and encourages them to take an interest in politics. She wants everyone to be involved in civic affairs.

Sarah is passionate about making an NHS that works fairly for those suffering from crippling mental ill health.
Sarah considers herself a European and wants to continue building better relationships with neighbouring countries to bring the liberal message to more people.

Sarah said "This general election is your chance to change the direction of our country. If you want to avoid a disastrous Hard Brexit, if you want to keep Britain in the Single Market, if you want Britain to have a decent opposition - vote Liberal Democrat."
"Jeremy Corbyn is never going to be Prime Minister because he can't even lead his own party. The Liberal Democrats are the real opposition to the Conservative Brexit Government and the only party fighting for a Britain that is open, tolerant and united."

Sarah calls on local residents

Sarah + Jenny DaCosta Sarah at New Cross

"Not only are the Liberal Democrats the only party offering a constructive future for the UK economy, we have made the future of the NHS an absolute priority.

"I have experienced first what an overworked and underfunded NHS feels like. My now one year-old son has a heart condition and this was incorrectly diagnosed by stretched doctors rushing from one patient to another at New Cross. I want to work with local NHS trusts to improve services.

"Anyone who has been a patient of the NHS understands the damage being caused by cuts and how much support doctors and nurses deserve. Contracting out services to large, often foreign owned, businesses will not provide the health care we need.

Sarah Quarmby attended the annual Vaisakhi festival in Wolverhampton's West Park

Sarah at Vaisakhi