- John Cameron (British politician)
John Cameron (born 9 March 1969) is a Liberal Democrat politician in
Manchester, England. Born in Edinburgh, he moved to Manchester in 1987. He is councillor for the Burnageward, having won the seat for the Liberal Democrats, from Labour, for the first time in 2003. He was subsequently re-elected in 2004, along with fellow Liberal Democrats Iain Donaldsonand Rodney Isherwood. John Cameron was the agent for John Leech MPduring his successful 2005 general election campaign. He has served as deputy leader of the Liberal Democrat group on Manchester City Council and currently serves as Chair of the Economy, Employment and Skills Overview and Scrutiny Committee. He is also the Chair of the Burnage Multi Agency Group, which provides youth work in the area. John Cameron holds a degree in Town and Country Planning from Manchester Universityand is a qualified nurse. He has a daughter, Freya, and lives in Burnage.
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