Norman Lamb was born in 1957 and worked as a solicitor specialising in employment law before he moved into politics. He was a councillor, and leader of the Lib Dem group, in Norwich before later becoming MP for North Norfolk.

Norman Lamb ran for the Liberal Democrat leadership in 2015, when he lost to Tim Farron. He was knighted in 2019 for his work on mental health.

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The big challenges ahead for the Liberal Democrats: LDN #133

There are two versions of 2019 which future historians of the Liberal Democrats may write about. One is about a party that was on the road to recovery… … Read the full post »

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Norman Lamb gets a knighthood

Step forward, Sir Norman Lamb, newly knighted in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list. His work to put treating mental health on a par with physical health has been a major part in a big and welcome shift in attitudes, policies and budgets. … Read the full post »