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Lloyd Russell-Moyle Bio
|Lloyd Cameron Russell-Moyle was born 14th September 1986. He is a British Labour Co-operative politician who was elected as the Member of Parliament (MP) for Brighton Kemptown in the 2017 general election.|
|Lloyd Russell-Moyle Personal details|
|Lloyd Russell-Moyle Age||
14 September 1986Brighton, England, UK
|Lloyd Russell-Moyle Political party||Labour Co-operative|
|Lloyd Russell-Moyle Education||Sussex Downs College
University of Bradford
University of Sussex
|Member of Parliament for Brighton Kemptown|
8 June 2017
|Preceded by||Simon Kirby|
|Member of the Brighton and Hove City Council for East Brighton|
|In office 4 August 2016 – 27 December 2017|
|Preceded by||Maggie Barredell|
|Succeeded by||Nancy Platts|
Lloyd Russell-Moyle Early life and education
Russell-Moyle was born in Brighton and educated at Wallands Primary School, Priory School, Lewes, Sussex Downs College, the University of Bradford, and the University of Sussex. He worked at the National Youth Agency, chairing the Woodcraft Folk and being the Vice President of the European Youth Forum based in Brussels.
Lloyd Russell-Moyle Political career
In the 2015 General ElectionRussell-Moyle stood for the Lewes constituency, coming a distant fourth. Subsequently, he was elected and served as a councillor on Brighton and Hove City Council in August 2016, before standing for and being elected as MP for Brighton Kemptown in 2017, being one of eight LGBT people elected in that General Election.
Lloyd Russell-Moyle Political views
Russell-Moyle has written in condemnation of the British government’s policies on arms exports to countries such as Saudi Arabia for use in the conflict in Yemen. He supports the establishment of supervised injection sites in his local constituency. Russell-Moyle is a supporter of the leadership of Jeremy Corbyn.
Lloyd Russell-Moyle states he HIV Positive in a move to tackle stigma
In November 2018, during a House of Commons debate, Russell-Moyle revealed he was HIV positive, saying he wanted to tackle the stigma still associated with the condition and stating: “I have not only survived, but I’ve also prospered, and any partner I have is safe and protected.”
He became the first parliamentarian to make such an announcement in the Commons, and the second MP to announce they are HIV positive, Russell-Moyle said he was diagnosed 10 years ago when he was 22, and that medical advances meant he could live an entirely unaffected life.
Brighton MP Lloyd Russell-Moyle reveals to the House of Commons that he is HIV positive
— Sky News (@SkyNews) November 29, 2018