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Campbell Shadow Cabinet

Leader
The Rt Hon Sir Menzies Campbell, QC, MP
Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer and Deputy Leader
Vincent Cable MP
Shadow Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs
Michael Moore MP
Shadow Secretary of State for Justice and Lord Chancellor
David Heath MP
Shadow Secretary of State for the Home Department
Nick Clegg MP
Shadow Secretary of State for Defence
Nick Harvey MP
Shadow Secretary of State for Health
Norman Lamb MP
Shadow Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
Chris Huhne MP
Shadow Secretary of State for International Development
Lynne Featherstone MP
Shadow Secretary of State for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform
Lembit Öpik MP
Shadow Leader of the House of Commons and Party President
Simon Hughes MP
Shadow Secretary of State for Work and Pensions
Danny Alexander MP
Shadow Secretary of State for Transport
Susan Kramer MP
Shadow Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government
Andrew Stunell MP
Liberal Democrat Chief Whip
Paul Burstow MP
Shadow Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families
David Laws MP
Shadow Minister for the Cabinet Office; and Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster
Norman Baker MP
Shadow Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport; and Olympics
Don Foster MP
Shadow Secretary of State for Northern Ireland and Scotland
Alistair Carmichael MP
Leader in the Lords
The Rt Hon Lord (Tom) McNally
Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury
Julia Goldsworthy MP
Shadow Secretary of State for Innovation, Universities and Skills
Sarah Teather MP
Shadow Secretary of State for Wales
Roger Williams MP

Also attending as members of the Shadow Cabinet
Lords Chief Whip
Lord (David) Shutt of of Greetland
Shadow Attorney General
Lord (Martin) Thomas of Gresford
Shadow Minister for Housing
Paul Holmes MP
Shadow Solicitor General
David Howarth MP
Chief of Staff and Chair of Campaigns and Communications
Edward Davey MP
Chair of the Manifesto Group
Steve Webb MP
Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Leader
Tim Farron MP

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