Chris Lyttle

Chris Lyttle
Chris Lyttle MLA
Member of the Northern Ireland Assembly
for Belfast East
Assumed office
5 July 2010
Preceded by Naomi Long
Personal details
Born 1981 (age 29–30)
Political party Alliance Party
Alma mater Queen's University Belfast

Chris Lyttle (born 1981[1]) is a politician in Northern Ireland.

Born in East Belfast, Lyttle studied at Queen's University Belfast and Harvard University before working as the Research Assistant for Naomi Long of the Alliance Party of Northern Ireland. In July 2010, he was appointed as Long's replacement on the Northern Ireland Assembly, where he represents Belfast East.[1]


Northern Ireland Assembly
Preceded by
Naomi Long
MLA for Belfast East

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