Graham Colley

Graham Colley

A liberal, democratic voice for Rochester and Strood

Graham studied Law at Aberystwyth and the College of Europe, and then came to Rochester over 20 years ago. He currently lives with his son’s 15-year-old cat, Crackers. He is a local solicitor and Independent Financial Adviser, and has been a Legal Aid Solicitor in Lambeth, Westminster and Chatham. Graham is a former Kent County Councillor and Co-chair of the Kent Fire & Public Protection Committee. Graham is also proud to be the President of the Liberal Democrat Lawyers.

I share the Liberal philosophy which believes in Liberty (the freedom for individuals to make their own decisions), Equality (freedom from discrimination, poor education, poverty and disease), Community (the dispersing of government and economic power as widely as possible), Internationalism (to co-operate with rather than confront other nations) and Environmentalism (to sustain our world for future generations).

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Phone: 07803 986193

Email: grahamcolley.candidate.libdems@gmail. com

X/Twitter: @GColleyLDLA

Graham outside police station
Graham has worked hard to bring back community policing.
Graham with John
Graham has supported John Castle in helping people on St Mary's Island.
river pollution
Graham has campaigned to stop sewage being dumped into the River Medway.
Chatham Docks Protest
Graham has campaigned to stop the closure of Chatham Docks.
talking to residents

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