Chair: Will Smart

College: Peterhouse

Subject: Natural Sciences

CRSID: wes25

Why I’m a Liberal: “I’m a Liberal because I believe that people should be able to live their lives as they choose. I’m a Liberal Democrat because I believe civil liberties, international coöperation, and the environment are worth protecting.”

Secretary: Freddie Dyke

College: Sidney Sussex

Subject: Veterinary Medicine

CRSID: fged2

Why I’m a Liberal: “Because the party cares about issues that others don’t place enough emphasis on, like civil liberties, mental health, and, as is sadly becoming increasingly the case, the EU.”

Junior Treasurer: Sophie Bell

College: Selwyn

Subject: Anglo-Saxon, Norse, and Celtic (ASNC)

CRSID: sb2031

Why I’m a Liberal: “Because the preamble to our constitution represents the society I wish to live in. I am also proud to be part of a party that is willing to stand up for Europe, and for the rights of refugees.”

Membership Development & Alumni: Amy Stuart

College: Newnham

Subject: Natural Sciences

CRSID: acss2

Why I’m a Liberal: I believe in the right of the individual to live and act freely, without unnecessary state intervention and regulation. I believe in equal opportunities regardless of gender, race, socioeconomic background, sexuality, religion, or country of origin.”

Campaigns: Joseph Krol

College: Corpus Christi

Subject: Mathematics

CRSID: jmk73

Why I’m a Liberal: 

Press & Publicity: Carine Valarché

College: Pembroke

Subject: Human, Social, and Political Sciences (HSPS)

CRSID: cv310

Why I’m a Liberal: 

Social Events: Gabriel Barton-Singer

College: Trinity

Subject: History


Why I’m a Liberal: 

Speaker Events: Kirill Reshetov

College: Fitzwilliam

Subject: Land Economy


Why I’m a Liberal: “I think that the Liberal Democrats hold the sensible middle ground between the callous pragmatism of the Tories and the incompetent idealism of Labour.”

Local Party Liaison: Chris Powers

Studied at: Sidney Sussex

Works at: King’s College

Subject: History/European Studies


Why I’m a Liberal: “Socialism idealises the state, Neo-Liberalism idealises the market. Social liberalism has observed in history that all concentrations of power can be bad, so it is best to use the state and the market to hold each other in check, providing maximum opportunities for every individual. Plus, I love the EU. Very much.”

Senior Treasurer: Professor Eugenio Biagini

Fellow of: Sidney Sussex College

Subject: History