Dawn Barnes-Lib Dem candidate for Hornsey & Wood Green
Dawn has campaigned in Haringey for several years, working alongside Lynne Featherstone to save the Whittington and protect funding for Haringey schools.
Dawn Barnes lives in Bounds Green and has worked in communications and marketing for over ten years. Her experience is diverse and she has worked in the private, public and charity sectors including for a charity working with people who misuse substances and alcohol; a local council and a sustainable design and a project for King's College London working to recruit students from a broad range of backgrounds.
Dawn hails from the north of England and came to London by way of France, Japan and Oxford. She was determined to live in the city from a very young age and fell in love with London on first sight. She has been a trustee of a national charity and co-manages a network of reading groups across London.
As a member of "generation rent", Dawn understands the pressures people face to find adequate housing. Dawn will work tirelessly to get Haringey Council to build the affordable homes our area so desperately needs. Previous Dawn ran a successful campaign to bring 400 empty homes on the North Circular back into use.
Brian Haley-Lib Dem candidate for Tottenham
Brian Haley is a local candidate and lives on Wightman Road in Tottenham. Brian has campaigned on local issues in Totteham such as the controversial Wards Corner development and called for more affordable housing.
Brian was formerly a ward Labour councillor for St Ann’s in Tottenham. He who was also the Cabinet Member for Environment in Haringey.
He left Labour in 2010 due to their failure to provide decent local services and because the Lib Dems offered a positive vision for the future of the borough. Brian believes that to stop a Hard Brexit the people of Tottenham need to vote Liberal Democrats and change Britain's future. The Lib Dems are the only major party offering the public a vote on the Brexit deal.