Stephen J. Robinson

Stephen John Robinson is a British politician of the Liberal Democrats serving in the East of England in capacity as city and county councillor since 1990, then standing as a candidate for the parliamentary elections in since 2001. During the 2010 general elections Robinson came a close second to Conservative Simon Burns.
Early life and education
Robinson was born in Buckhurst Hill and completed his education at Buckhurst Hill County High School. He went on to graduate with a Law with Politics degree from the University of Central Lancashire.
Political career
Robinson has campaigned in Essex and secured 7 seats at Essex County Council for the last 2 County elections for the Liberal Democrats in the Chelmsford wards, including the most recent 2017 elections. He has also served as city councillor working on local issues from road safety to protecting A&E services at Broomfield Hospital.
Robinson served as a District and County Councillor for 11 years in the Epping Forest area before standing in the old West Chelmsford constituency at the 2001 and 2005 General Elections.
Environmental Campaigns
Robinson has campaigned for environmental issues in Essex to help bring a Transition town group to Chelmsford and proposed green actions such as switching street lights to LED to reduce energy use
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