Lisa Nandy MP
Labour MP for Wigan
Lisa was elected as the Member of Parliament for Wigan in May 2010. Lisa grew up in the North West of England and lives in the centre of Wigan. Before entering Parliament she worked for The Children’s Society and Centrepoint.
Lisa joined the Labour Party after witnessing the devastation Thatcher’s Government caused to communities across the North West. She has been active in her community ever since – as a school governor, a charity trustee, a director of a local theatre and as a Labour councillor leading on housing and regeneration.
Lisa is a member of the UNITE union and has been a supporter and grassroots activist in the trade union movement ever since her first job in a call centre. She lists Sure Start, the Winter Fuel Payment and the Minimum Wage as amongst Labour’s most important policies since 1997.
Lisa tweets at @lisanandy
- Spending review 2015: Your Guide (24 Nov 2015)
- VIDEO: Lisa Nandy MP delivers her keynote speech to Class (27 Mar 2015)
- Patriotism and the Left – Lisa Nandy’s keynote speech to CLASS (25 Mar 2015)
- It’s no surprise that charity workers say the Big Society is dead (15 Dec 2014)
- Class Conference 2014: Podcasts (4 Dec 2014)
- Thirty years on, we need the truth about the miners’ strike (28 Mar 2014)
- Our big challenge - Solidarity in the face of insecurity (20 Nov 2013)
- Zero hours: full time work without a full time job (16 Sep 2013)
- Stop pushing people into poverty and get serious about job creation (17 Jan 2013)