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  John David Pugh is Member of Parliament for Southport, representing the Liberal Democrats. First elected in 2001 with a majority of 3,007, he was re-elected in 2005 with a slightly increased majority of 3,838. He is currently Shadow Treasury Spokesperson. Amongst John Pugh's campaigning interests is public sector IT, specifically around the role Open Source Software might play. John Pugh also has interests in mental health policy, education and transport.
  Jacqueline Foster, First elected MEP for North West region 1999. Founder member, Cabin Crew '89, an independent trade union for airline crew. Conservative Spokesman on Transport in the European Parliament and Chairman, Backbench Committee of Conservative MEPs. She lost her seat in 2004 and now runs her own business. She regained her seat in 2009. More >>>>
  Jack Heywood Aspinwall (born February 1933) is a British politician. In February 1974 and October 1974 elections, he was the Liberal Party candidate for Kingswood, but changed his allegiance and was elected as Conservative Member of Parliament for the same seat in 1979. He served there until the 1983 election, when he was elected for Wansdyke, which he represented until his retirement at the 1997 general election.
    Kenneth Crook CMG, Ambassador to Afghanistan from 1976-1979
  Nicholas Fazakerley was born in Prescot in 1682, died 1767. He was a celebrated lawyer and also the Member of Parliament for Preston in the years 1732-1767. He became the Recorder in Preston in 1742.

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