Simon Kirby was re-elected as Conservative MP for Brighton Kemptown on May 7th 2015 with 18428 votes, taking 40.7% of the vote.
Simon helped set up Brighton's radio station, which is now Juice FM, jointly owned local leisure business C-Side with partner Martin Webb.
Simon is married to Elizabeth and has six children. Simon was born in Sussex in 1964 and has lived for nearly all of his life in the local area.
Simon was elected to represent the people of Kemptown in 1992 on East Sussex County Council.
He was a representative for Ovingdean, Rottingdean and Saltdean on both Brighton Borough and Brighton and Hove City Councils. He is a School Governor in Telscombe Cliffs.
Simon stood down as a Cabinet member on East Sussex County Council in 2009 to concentrate full time on campaigning the parliamentary seat in Brighton Kemptown.
Simon is the Vice Chairman of the All Party Parliamentary Group on HIV/AIDS.
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