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Norman Lamb

Norman Lamb was a Liberal Democrats candidate in North Norfolk constituency in the UK Parliamentary general election. They were elected with 25,260 votes.

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Norman Lamb's policies

Statement to voters

Norman has worked to reform our broken care system, introducing a cap on care costs and ensuring that carers get the support they need.

Full statement

Norman is leading the drive to join-up our health and care system, with a greater focus on preventing ill-health. He is also challenging the NHS to ensure that mental health gets treated with the same priority as physical health.

Norman Lamb studied Law at Leicester University and, after working as a Parliamentary Assistant for a Labour MP, built a career as a litigation solicitor, ultimately specialising in employment law. He was partner of Steeles Solicitors and is the author of 'Remedies in the Employment Tribunal'.

Norman was elected to Norwich City Council becoming Leader of the Liberal Democrat opposition. He first stood for Parliament in North Norfolk in 1992.

Norman married his wife, Mary, in 1984, and they have two sons. Norman is a long-standing Norwich City supporter and season-ticket holder

This statement was added by Norman Lamb, their team, or by a Democracy Club volunteer, based on information published by the candidate elsewhere.

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Norman Lamb online

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Norman Lamb's elections

Date Election Party Results Position
2017 North Norfolk: UK Parliamentary general election Liberal Democrats 25,260 votes (elected) 1st / 3 candidates
2015 North Norfolk: UK Parliamentary general election Liberal Democrats 19,299 votes (elected) 1st / 5 candidates
2010 North Norfolk: UK Parliamentary general election Liberal Democrats 27,554 votes (elected) 1st / 6 candidates

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