Candidate for Inverness and Nairn
Born in Nottingham, David is 28 and first visited the Highlands during a placement in Raigmore while studying in Sheffield. He fell in love with the area, and after graduating, moved up to Inverness to start his postgraduate medical training.
He joined the Liberal Democrats in 2017 in the aftermath of the EU referendum to fight for the internationalist and liberal values he believed in. After a year in Inverness, he has worked in both Oban and Fort William, giving him an appreciation of the unique challenges of the Highlands' rural healthcare.
As an advocate for one of the fastest growing cities in the UK, David is fighting for improvement in our public transport by upgrading our rail lines, expanding subject choice in Highland secondary schools, urgent action on climate change, and fighting the increasing centralisation of power we see in Holyrood and Westminster.
If you've got an issue you need help with, or something you want to talk to him about, David can be reached at [email protected]