Non-binary is an umbrella term for people who don't identify entirely as only male or only female, including non-gendered people. Despite roughly 1 in every 250 people being non-binary, there is very little protection for them. That's over quarter of a million people in the UK being treated unfairly by the law.

During the month before the 2015 General Election, we asked all candidates to acknowledge this and start making changes by taking the following pledge.

The below candidates made the above pledge:

Candidates who were elected MP:

  1. Alan Whitehead, Labour Party candidate for Southampton, Test, has made the pledge.
  2. Andrew Slaughter, Labour Party candidate for Hammersmith, has made the pledge.
  3. Ben Bradshaw, Labour Party candidate for Exeter, has made the pledge.
  4. Caroline Lucas, Green Party candidate for Brighton, Pavilion, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link, link)
  5. Cat Smith, Labour Party candidate for Lancaster and Fleetwood, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Labour is the Party of equality. From LGBT rights to equal pay, we have been at the forefront of progress towards a fairer, more tolerant society. We believe that no person should suffer discrimination because of their gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, race, religion or belief. But the fight is not yet won. I would be proud to work with you to achieve the goals TransInfo pledge.
  6. Chris Bryant, Labour Party candidate for Rhondda, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  7. Daniel Zeichner, Labour Party candidate for Cambridge, has made the pledge.
  8. Deidre Brock, Scottish National Party (SNP) candidate for Edinburgh North and Leith, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I am more than happy to support this campaign.
  9. Fabian Hamilton, Labour Party candidate for Leeds North East, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I believe in true equality for every single human being.
  10. George Howarth, Labour Party candidate for Knowsley, has made the pledge.
  11. Graham Brady, Conservative Party candidate for Altrincham and Sale West, has made the pledge.
  12. Greg Mulholland, Liberal Democrats candidate for Leeds North West, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  13. Heidi Allen, Conservative Party candidate for South Cambridgeshire, has made the pledge.
  14. Helen Hayes, Labour Party candidate for Dulwich and West Norwood, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  15. Hywel Williams, Plaid Cymru - The Party of Wales candidate for Arfon, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  16. Ian Murray, Labour Party candidate for Edinburgh South, has made the pledge.
  17. John Martin McDonnell, Labour Party candidate for Hayes and Harlington, has made the pledge.
  18. John Nicolson, Scottish National Party (SNP) candidate for East Dunbartonshire, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I want to wish you good luck with your important campaign and am happy to offer you my support. Commented on Twitter (link)
  19. Jonathan Edwards, Plaid Cymru - The Party of Wales candidate for Carmarthen East and Dinefwr, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  20. Kirsten Oswald, Scottish National Party (SNP) candidate for East Renfrewshire, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  21. Liz McInnes, Labour Party candidate for Heywood and Middleton, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  22. Liz Saville Roberts, Plaid Cymru - The Party of Wales candidate for Dwyfor Meirionnydd, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I am happy to sign the pledge in the hope of greater equality. Commented on Twitter (link)
  23. Louise Haigh, Labour Party candidate for Sheffield, Heeley, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  24. Maria Eagle, Labour Party candidate for Garston and Halewood, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  25. Mark Williams, Liberal Democrats candidate for Ceredigion, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  26. Mary Glindon, Labour Party candidate for North Tyneside, has made the pledge.
  27. Paul Monaghan, Scottish National Party (SNP) candidate for Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  28. Peter Grant, Scottish National Party (SNP) candidate for Glenrothes, has made the pledge.
  29. Peter Kyle, Labour Party candidate for Hove, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I promise to establish a partnership with UK Trans Info, and non-binary people directly, to work towards greater recognition of their needs and delivering the legislative changes that will offer greater freedom, protection, and comfort within the law and society as a whole. Commented on Twitter (link)
  30. Simon Kirby, Conservative Party candidate for Brighton, Kemptown, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  31. Stewart McDonald, Scottish National Party (SNP) candidate for Glasgow South, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  32. Stuart Donaldson, Scottish National Party (SNP) candidate for West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine, has made the pledge.
  33. Wes Streeting, Labour Party candidate for Ilford North, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)

Candidates who were not elected MP

  1. A M Poppy, Green Party candidate for Chipping Barnet, has made the pledge.
  2. Abu-Obadiah Zebadiah, Al-Zebabist Nation of Ooog candidate for South Thanet, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: The Nation of OOOG is delighted to support this pledge, for it is in keeping with OOOG's Word. OOOG created humanity in a spectrum, with male and female only constituent parts. Gender, like race and class, is a weapon wielded to suppress and torment humankind. It is a weapon that must - and shall - be shattered against the cold black steel of the coming Afro-Thanetian Zaliphate.
  3. Adam Heatherington, UK Independence Party (UKIP) candidate for Liverpool, Wavertree, has made the pledge.
  4. Adam McGregor, Green Party candidate for Nottingham South, has made the pledge.
  5. Adam Van Coevorden, Green Party candidate for Cheltenham, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: This pledge seems like common sense to me. Non-binary people deserve the same recognition, protections and rights as anyone else. It would be a privilege to fight for this in the next Parliament. Commented on Twitter (link)
  6. Adrian Cruden, Green Party candidate for Dewsbury, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  7. Adrian Holmes, Green Party candidate for Norwich North, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I believe in celebrating diversity in people, not marginalising it. I will work for non-binary gender rights. Commented on Twitter (link)
  8. Adrian Oliver, Green Party candidate for Poole, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: The Green Party is genuinely committed to equality, has a detailed Equality section in its manifesto (https://www.greenparty.org.uk/we-stand-for/2015-manifesto.html) and has a track record of campaigning for equality and implementing and influencing equality policies. Stonewall put the Green-led Brighton Council in first place in their 2014 Education Equality Index. Stonewall has described the Council as ‘leading the way’ in celebrating difference and supporting lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students. Brighton Council also introduced the landmark trans scrutiny panel, looking how to address transphobia in the city. Of the 37 initial recommendations, 25 have started or been implemented, including addressing transphobia in schools, allowing genderless honourifics for Council documentation and easing access to healthcare for trans people. I have read the Trans Manifesto, and hereby pledge my support. Warmly, Adrian
  9. Adrian Page, Liberal Democrats candidate for Sunderland Central, has made the pledge. Made the following comment:

    Thank you for your e-mail and for all the work you do on behalf of all non-binary people.

    I have a family member who identifies as bisexual and non-binary, and I am aware of many of the issues that are important to non-binary people. Certainly, there is practically zero protection under the law as it stands and I am more than happy to support your objectives.

    Personally, I have been impressed by some recent developments in Malta and I hope that the UK government can learn from the actions of other European governments to improve non-binary rights.

    I am happy to sign the pledge as I support giving protections to all non-binary people, reviewing (and bringing up to date) the Gender Recognition Act and the availability of non-gendered passports without the need for a doctor's intervention.

  10. Adrian Trett, Liberal Democrats candidate for Vauxhall, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link, link)
  11. Adrian Windisch, Green Party candidate for Wokingham, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I have also pledged to support the #TransManifesto Commented on Twitter (link)
  12. Alan Borgars, Green Party candidate for Hemel Hempstead, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  13. Alan Bullion, Liberal Democrats candidate for Sevenoaks, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  14. Alan Butcher, Labour Party candidate for Bognor Regis and Littlehampton, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  15. Alan Docherty, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Darlington, has made the pledge.
  16. Alan Munro, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Sheffield, Heeley, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  17. Alasdair Ibbotson, Green Party candidate for Alyn and Deeside, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Equality is not optional. This pledge is something I hope every candidate in Alyn and Deeside will make. In the meantime I am grateful to everyone who's brought it to my attention. These are simple changes that we can make easily, the question is whether the political will is there. It would be a disgusting breach of the rights of trans & non-binary people if it is not. If elected, I will do all I can to advance the rights of trans & non-binary people, just as I will if I'm not.
  18. Alasdair Murray, Liberal Democrats candidate for Oxford East, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  19. Alastair McQuillan, Green Party candidate for Rutland and Melton, has made the pledge.
  20. Alex Davidson, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Manchester Central, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I am very happy to make this pledge. TUSC supports full equality of rights and protection from any discrimination based on gender identity. As a trade union activist this is something that I have always fought for in the workplace and I see political action as an extension of that work.
  21. Alex Johnson, Green Party candidate for Newcastle upon Tyne Central, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  22. Alex Meredith, Liberal Democrats candidate for Wantage, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  23. Alice Mason-Power, Green Party candidate for Derby North, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  24. Alisdair Calder McGregor, Liberal Democrats candidate for Calder Valley, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  25. Alison Craig, Green Party candidate for Salisbury, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I would be delighted to make this pledge. Green Party policy is far ahead of the other Parties on this issue and I would draw your attention to the section on Diversity, page 25 onwards, in our Manifesto here: https://www.greenparty.org.uk/assets/files/manifesto/Green_Party_2015_General_Election_Manifesto_Searchable.pdf
  26. Alison Firth, Liberal Democrats candidate for Hyndburn, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Thank you for your email about non- binary rights. I am very happy to support your pledge as I feel all non- binary people should have the protection of the law.
  27. Alistair Polson, Green Party candidate for Bethnal Green and Bow, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I fully support this great campaign because I support real equality for everyone.
  28. Alistair Straw, Green Party candidate for Chorley, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  29. Allan Todd, Green Party candidate for Copeland, has made the pledge.
  30. Allan White, UK Independence Party (UKIP) candidate for Luton North, has made the pledge.
  31. Allen Simpson, Labour Party candidate for Maidstone and The Weald, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  32. Alun Pugh, Labour Party candidate for Arfon, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  33. Amanda Hack, Labour Party candidate for South Leicestershire, has made the pledge.
  34. Amanda Kubie, Liberal Democrats candidate for Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale and Tweeddale, has made the pledge.
  35. Amanda Pennington, Green Party candidate for North Cornwall, has made the pledge.
  36. Amelie Boleyn, Green Party candidate for Sevenoaks, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  37. Amila Y'Mech, Humanity candidate for Derbyshire Dales, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I am the candidate for Humanity in the Parliamentary Election May 2015 in Derbyshire Dales. I am happy to add my name to your pledge.
  38. Andrea Cantrill, Green Party candidate for Wolverhampton South West, has made the pledge.
  39. Andree Frieze, Green Party candidate for Richmond Park, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: The Green Party view is that anti-discrimination policies on their own aren’t enough. It’s vital to see the connections between one policy decision and its effects elsewhere in society. Cuts and austerity measures have a disproportionate effect on LGBTIQ people because of higher levels of reliance on public services due to family estrangement, societal and workplace discrimination, and specific healthcare needs. Likewise, cuts in youth, housing and social services are more likely to affect young LGBTIQ people, particularly those who are estranged from their families. LGBTIQ people are more likely to face unemployment and the impact of this can be much greater because they may not be able to rely on wider social networks. Cuts to services for older and disabled people will have a much greater impact on LGBTIQ people, who are less likely to have children and will be more reliant on public services. So, restoring the public realm contributes to equality and diversity. Commented on Twitter (link)
  40. Andrew Adams, Labour Party candidate for North West Hampshire, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I am happy to sign the pledge, as Chair of Reading Pride I actively support Trans rights and representation and I will support all efforts to strengthen rights for Trans and non-binary people. Commented on Twitter (link)
  41. Andrew Clayworth, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Nottingham South, has made the pledge.
  42. Andrew Cooper, Green Party candidate for Huddersfield, has made the pledge.
  43. Andrew Gray, Green Party candidate for Newcastle upon Tyne East, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Our Northern Pride stall in 2013 highlighted the need for wider Trans Awareness training within local and NHS services, following the example of Brighton and Hove Greens, and we had a packed Trans and Intersex Panel discussion at Spring Conference this year. Agree with the three pledge points and need to involve trans, non-binary and intersex people in scrutiny and consultations.
  44. Andrew Muir, Alliance - Alliance Party of Northern Ireland candidate for North Down, has made the pledge.
  45. Andrew Pointon, Green Party candidate for Leeds West, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  46. Andrew Walton, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Leicester South, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: The Equality Act is a vital piece of legislation, but it needs to be strengthened to encompass non-binary people. TUSC is committed to ending discrimination on any grounds. Commented on Twitter (link)
  47. Andy Brown, Green Party candidate for Skipton and Ripon, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  48. Andy Crick, Liberal Democrats candidate for Wyre Forest, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  49. Andy Kelly, Liberal Democrats candidate for Rochdale, has made the pledge.
  50. Andy Williamson, Green Party candidate for Central Devon, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: This is an issue that needs government effort to educate the general public, and specifically officials in all sectors with whom the public have to deal, so that non-binary people can feel as welcome in every area of life as anyone else. Commented on Twitter (link)
  51. Angela McCormick, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Glasgow North, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  52. Ann Duncan, Green Party candidate for Oxford East, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  53. Anna Coke, UK Independence Party (UKIP) candidate for Mid Norfolk, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I support the pledge and do my utmost to ensure that your rights are respected.
  54. Anna Martin, Liberal Democrats candidate for Garston and Halewood, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  55. Anna Masters, Green Party candidate for Birmingham, Northfield, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: All people deserve the same rights and freedoms, regardless of gender identity. The law needs to uphold this, and awareness and understanding must be increased for non-binary people. Commented on Twitter (link)
  56. Anna Widdup, Green Party candidate for Epping Forest, has made the pledge.
  57. Anne-Marie Curry, Liberal Democrats candidate for Darlington, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: We should not discriminate in any way. Commented on Twitter (link)
  58. Anthony Slaughter, Green Party candidate for Cardiff South and Penarth, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  59. Anthony Smith, Liberal Democrats candidate for Heywood and Middleton, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: You have my full support. Commented on Twitter (link)
  60. Antonia Zenkevitch, Green Party candidate for Nottingham East, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I believe human rights, equality and dignity. People have the right to be who they say they are and not be confined to limited ideas of gender identity. Commented on Twitter (link)
  61. Aqila Choudhry, Liberal Democrats candidate for Leeds North East, has made the pledge.
  62. Archie Dryburgh, Labour Party candidate for Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale and Tweeddale, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  63. Arnie Craven, Yorkshire First candidate for Morley and Outwood, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  64. Ashley Gunstock, Green Party candidate for Leyton and Wanstead, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  65. Ashley Wakeling, Green Party candidate for Swansea West, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  66. Bally Singh, Labour Party candidate for Kenilworth and Southam, has made the pledge.
  67. Ben Basson, Green Party candidate for West Lancashire, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  68. Ben Davies, Labour Party candidate for Chesham and Amersham, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link, link)
  69. Ben Foley, Green Party candidate for Bedford, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I can remember times when I have been teaching computing students who are programming, and it has been a real effort to get them to allow for non-binary gender markers and titles. I am proud that for quite a few years I have consistently made that effort, when it has been relevant.
  70. Ben Gallaher, Green Party candidate for Coventry South, has made the pledge.
  71. Ben Mathis, Liberal Democrats candidate for Hackney South and Shoreditch, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  72. Ben Mayor, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Leeds West, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Myself and the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) believe that all people should be protected by the equality act and the other points you raise and so of course we will support this pledge. Some of our candidates are non-binary themselves and we realise how important it is for non-binary individuals to be recognised and protected by the law.
  73. Ben Samuel, Green Party candidate for Hendon, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I am a feminist. We have achieved a 50% non male slate in the Greater London region. I am bloody proud the Green Party (plus Plaid and SNP) are leading on this web site. I state that I want Hendon to be a safe space for the 51% of its population who self-define as women. Commented on Twitter (link)
  74. Ben Whittingham, Labour Party candidate for Wyre and Preston North, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  75. Bill Piper, UK Independence Party (UKIP) candidate for Loughborough, has made the pledge.
  76. Bob Barr, Liberal Democrats candidate for Warrington South, has made the pledge.
  77. Bob Gill, National Health Action Party candidate for Old Bexley and Sidcup, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: As an individual I would be more than happy to pledge support for the aims of your Campaign. However, I do hope that you will understand when I say that my current involvement in and commitments to so many other health related issues regrettably mean I would be unable to offer practical help to this very worthy cause. But do please keep me informed of your campaign’s progress.
  78. Bob Russell, Liberal Democrats candidate for Colchester, has made the pledge.
  79. Bob Smytherman, Liberal Democrats candidate for East Worthing and Shoreham, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link, link)
  80. Brendan D'Cruz, Liberal Democrats candidate for Islwyn, has made the pledge.
  81. Brian Booth, Independent candidate for Wolverhampton South West, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I make the pledge because I believe all people should be treated equally without exception
  82. Brian Debus, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Hackney South and Shoreditch, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Thank you for your email i will definitely support the three pledges of your campaign. I am totally against discrimination in any form, but also recognise that it is a product of of a rotten capitalist system that needs to be removed.
  83. Brian Mathew, Liberal Democrats candidate for North Wiltshire, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  84. Brian Smith, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Glasgow South, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Very happy to support the campaign and sign the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  85. Bruce Whitehead, Left Unity - Trade Unionists and Socialists candidate for Edinburgh North and Leith, has made the pledge.
  86. Cadan ap Tomos, Liberal Democrats candidate for Cardiff West, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  87. Callum Delhoy, Liberal Democrats candidate for Daventry, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  88. Caoimhe Archibald, Sinn Féin candidate for East Londonderry, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  89. Carl Hewitt, Green Party candidate for Aldershot, has made the pledge.
  90. Carol Thornton, Green Party candidate for Cleethorpes, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  91. Caroline Russell, Green Party candidate for Islington North, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  92. Carrie Harper, Plaid Cymru - The Party of Wales candidate for Wrexham, has made the pledge.
  93. Cass Macgregor, Scottish Green Party candidate for Glasgow Central, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I am happy to make this pledge in support of greater rights for people who identify as non-binary. The Scottish Green Party is supportive of equal rights for all regardless of race, colour, gender, sexuality, age, disability, religion, national or social origin and we believe that prejudices based on these factors have no place in our society
  94. Cath Edwards, Green Party candidate for The Wrekin, has made the pledge.
  95. Catherine Rowett, Green Party candidate for South Norfolk, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Yes, happy to support this pledge. I think this would be an important improvement on the current binary thinking that plagues our society.
  96. Cathrine Simmons, Green Party candidate for Torridge and West Devon, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  97. Catrin Brock, Green Party candidate for Neath, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  98. Celia Foote, Alliance For Green Socialism candidate for Leeds North East, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I endorse and fully support the aims of this campaign. As I understand it there is a legal requirement for babies to be registered as either female or male within 6 weeks of birth. For some babies it is difficult to make this identification but the law does not allow for this. This is an indication of how the legal system constrains, from a very young age, the lives of thousands. I believe that many "straight" people would support these pledges if only they were given information and educated about the issues. I hope that ignorance and inhibition falls victim to this campaign.
  99. Cemanthe McKenzie, Party for a United Thanet candidate for North Thanet, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Even though we are standing on a singular issue more the do with local government, I would of course support LGBT and binary community as much as I'm able. Commented on Twitter (link)
  100. Cerith Griffiths, Plaid Cymru - The Party of Wales candidate for Cynon Valley, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  101. Charles Barraball, Green Party candidate for Wimbledon, has made the pledge.
  102. Charlie Kiss, Green Party candidate for Islington South and Finsbury, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Fully support! Commented on Twitter (link)
  103. Charlotte Farrell, Green Party candidate for High Peak, has made the pledge.
  104. Charlotte Fletcher, Green Party candidate for Walsall South, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  105. Charlotte George, Green Party candidate for Hackney South and Shoreditch, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Trans rights are finally coming to the fore, but we need to work hard to make sure trans people are protected and no longer discriminated against. Commented on Twitter (link)
  106. Charlotte Hughes, Green Party candidate for Ashton-under-Lyne, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  107. Charlotte Pardy, Green Party candidate for South West Hertfordshire, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Everyone should be valued, and I support equality for everyone. Commented on Twitter (link)
  108. Charlynne Pullen, Labour Party candidate for Mid Bedfordshire, has made the pledge.
  109. Chas Ball, Green Party candidate for Colne Valley, has made the pledge.
  110. Chaz Singh, Labour Party candidate for South West Devon, has made the pledge.
  111. Chris Carrigan, Liberal Democrats candidate for Meon Valley, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  112. Chris Davis, Independent candidate for Southampton, Test, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  113. Chris Hedley, Green Party candidate for Wansbeck, has made the pledge.
  114. Chris Kealey, Labour Party candidate for Bosworth, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  115. Chris Loynes, Green Party candidate for Westmorland and Lonsdale, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  116. Chris Nash, Green Party candidate for Birmingham, Hodge Hill, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Totally supportive. Anything which advances the cause of equality and respect for all. Good luck! Commented on Twitter (link)
  117. Chris Nelson, Liberal Democrats candidate for Wellingborough, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  118. Chris Newsam, Green Party candidate for Thirsk and Malton, has made the pledge.
  119. Chris Poole, Green Party candidate for Putney, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  120. Chris Southall, Green Party candidate for Clacton, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I support the UK Trans Info pledges and completely oppose any discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation, race or religion
  121. Chris Took, Liberal Democrats candidate for Woking, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  122. Chris von Ruhland, Green Party candidate for Cardiff Central, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  123. Chris York, Labour Party candidate for North East Hertfordshire, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  124. Christina Jebb, Liberal Democrats candidate for Nuneaton, has made the pledge.
  125. Christopher Flossman, Green Party candidate for Harwich and North Essex, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  126. Christopher Hawtree, Green Party candidate for Hove, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link, link)
  127. Christopher Were, Green Party candidate for Monmouth, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  128. Christopher Young, Liberal Democrats candidate for Glasgow Central, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  129. Ciaran McClean, Green Party (NI) candidate for West Tyrone, has made the pledge.
  130. Claire Allen, Green Party candidate for Pudsey, has made the pledge.
  131. Claire Jeffrey, Labour Party candidate for Folkestone and Hythe, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  132. Claire Wright, Independent candidate for East Devon, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  133. Clare Bentley, Liberal Democrats candidate for Neath, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  134. Clare Keogh, Green Party candidate for Kingston and Surbiton, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  135. Clive Jones, Liberal Democrats candidate for Wokingham, has made the pledge.
  136. Clive Kenneth Semmens, Green Party candidate for South East Cambridgeshire, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link, link)
  137. Clive Martin, Green Party candidate for Taunton Deane, has made the pledge.
  138. Colin Fox, Scottish Socialist Party candidate for Edinburgh South, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  139. Cris Chesha, Pirate Party UK candidate for Manchester, Gorton, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I am absolutely behind this pledge. Non-binary people are one of the most marginalised groups in the UK; I support all measures that promote equality, and these are no exception. Commented on Twitter (link)
  140. Dafydd Meurig, Plaid Cymru - The Party of Wales candidate for Aberconwy, has made the pledge.
  141. Daisy Blench, Green Party candidate for North Herefordshire, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  142. Damien Biggs, Socialist Labour Party candidate for Pontypridd, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Gender, like sexuality, can not be identified by a simple one or the other option. Commented on Twitter (link)
  143. Damon Boughen, Green Party candidate for South Northamptonshire, has made the pledge.
  144. Damon Hooton, Liberal Democrats candidate for South Swindon, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  145. Dan Greef, Labour Party candidate for South Cambridgeshire, has made the pledge.
  146. Dan Hill, Green Party candidate for North West Hampshire, has made the pledge.
  147. Daniel Farthing-Sykes, Liberal Democrats candidate for Edinburgh South West, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  148. Daniel Goldsmith, Green Party candidate for Brentford and Isleworth, has made the pledge.
  149. Daniel Hamilton, Conservative Party candidate for Stockport, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Thank you for inviting me to sign this pledge - which I am content to do.
  150. Daniel Thomas, Plaid Cymru - The Party of Wales candidate for Neath, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  151. Daniel Wilshire, Green Party candidate for South Holland and The Deepings, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  152. Darren Bisby-Boyd, Green Party candidate for Peterborough, has made the pledge.
  153. Darren Hall, Green Party candidate for Bristol West, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: It is incredibly important that we help the public understand these issues and to make sure we don't penalise anyone through a system that makes assumptions about identity. Commented on Twitter (link)
  154. Dave Brooks, Green Party candidate for Elmet and Rothwell, has made the pledge.
  155. Dave Brown, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Harlow, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: TUSC candidates come from diverse backgrounds and all are committed to Socialist principles and oppose intolerance and prejudice. We fully endorse your campaign and wish you well with your work on behalf of non gendered people and hope you will join with us in our struggle to gain a fairer society.
  156. Dave Gibson, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Barnsley Central, has made the pledge.
  157. Dave Hampton, Green Party candidate for Beaconsfield, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  158. Dave Naghi, Liberal Democrats candidate for Faversham and Mid Kent, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I would like to confirm our strong support for your campaign to update the legislation affecting trans and non binary individuals and to bring British law into the 21st Century, where human diversity is truly accepted and recognised
  159. Dave Page, Liberal Democrats candidate for Manchester, Gorton, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: The statements above are in line with the existing policy of the entire Liberal Democrat party.
  160. Dave Raval, Liberal Democrats candidate for Leicester East, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Hey @UKTransInfo , if you research me, you'll see I've been campaigning for trans rights for years :) Yours, @daveraval
  161. David Alexander Hough, Labour Party candidate for Rayleigh and Wickford, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  162. David Anthony Elston, Pirate Party UK candidate for Bridgend, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: For more information see: wales.pirateparty.org.uk
  163. David Derbyshire, Green Party candidate for North Somerset, has made the pledge.
  164. David Drew, Labour and Co-operative Party candidate for Stroud, has made the pledge.
  165. David Goodall, Liberal Democrats candidate for Isle of Wight, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: For Lib Dem policy in this please see www.libdems.org.uk/f27_expanding_opportunity_unlocking_potential I thought the policy debate highlighted some real problems with the current state of the law in this area and hence the need for change.
  166. David Herbert, Green Party candidate for Jarrow, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  167. David Kirwan, Green Party candidate for Broxtowe, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  168. David Lee, Liberal Democrats candidate for East Surrey, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  169. David Lyons, Green Party candidate for Aylesbury, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Discrimination is used to divide and rule the masses. We all have the same rights- why support oppression? Gender labels are becoming irrelevant and impede effective communication. Not that long ago I couldn't understand why we need to recognise self identified gender. Having grown up in a fairly rigid gender stereotyped world and still carrying baggage from it, I still have adjustments to make. I undertake to do my best in recognising the needs and views of non-binary people and if elected, implement the pledges. Commented on Twitter (link)
  170. David Munnerley, Green Party candidate for Wrexham, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  171. David Paul Morgan, Liberal Democrats candidate for Vale of Glamorgan, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: The Liberal Democrats (and the Liberals before that) have always been supportive and inclusive of all people. "How are you" rather than "who are you"! I certainly support the 'third sex/intersex' option for passports and official documents and it's been overlooked for too long. good luck!
  172. David Reynolds, Green Party candidate for Ilford North, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I am delighted to make these pledges, which in my view are for essential human rights.
  173. David Stevens, Green Party candidate for Bradford East, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: My godmother underwent gender reasignment surgery. Did it change our relationship? Not really, when he later got married I went on the stag do and was an usher at the wedding. I realise that gender identity is - perhaps surprisingly - more complicated than male / female andthat since this a question of physiology, it should be reflected in the law. Commented on Twitter (link)
  174. David Thorpe, Liberal Democrats candidate for East Ham, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: completely support this
  175. Davy Jones, Green Party candidate for Brighton, Kemptown, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  176. Dawn Parry, Independents for Bristol candidate for Bristol West, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  177. Dawn Wheelhouse, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Batley and Spen, has made the pledge.
  178. Deborah Sacks, Labour Party candidate for South Norfolk, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  179. Declan Lloyd, Labour Party candidate for South East Cornwall, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  180. Dee Searle, Green Party candidate for Tottenham, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I support the UK Trans Info pledge to provide rights and protection for non-binary people, in full consultation with those affected. A Green Party priority is to respect for everyone whatever their ethnicity, gender, age, religious belief or non-belief, sexual orientation, class, size, disability
 or other status. Commented on Twitter (link, link)
  181. Denise Burke, Labour Party candidate for North Norfolk, has made the pledge.
  182. Derek Florey, Green Party candidate for Bracknell, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  183. Derek Moran, Green Party candidate for Old Bexley and Sidcup, has made the pledge.
  184. Derek Wall, Green Party candidate for Windsor, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  185. Diana Moore, Green Party candidate for Exeter, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: The Green Party believes everyone should be valued, respected and empowered regardless of their sexuality or gender identity. I hope you achieve the campaign goals v soon. Commented on Twitter (link)
  186. Diana Wallis, Yorkshire First candidate for Haltemprice and Howden, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  187. Dic Jones, Plaid Cymru - The Party of Wales candidate for Swansea East, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Thank you for your email, I can confirm that I shall be supporting non-binary rights by pledging on the issues below, regardless of whether I am elected to the House of Commons on 7th May 2015 or not. People are people regardless of gender and should all be respected.
  188. Dinah Keal, Liberal Democrats candidate for Thirsk and Malton, has made the pledge.
  189. Dominic Ellis, Green Party candidate for Castle Point, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  190. Dominic Giles, Green Party candidate for Stratford-on-Avon, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I am fully supportive of non-binary people being treated equally and protected by the law. Commented on Twitter (link)
  191. Dominic Haney, Liberal Democrats candidate for Washington and Sunderland West, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  192. Dominic Tristram, Green Party candidate for Bath, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  193. Drew Durning, Liberal Democrats candidate for Stockton South, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  194. Duncan Enright, Labour Party candidate for Witney, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Happy to support this. Commented on Twitter (link)
  195. Duncan Higgitt, Plaid Cymru - The Party of Wales candidate for Aberavon, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  196. Eamonn Flynn, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Birmingham, Yardley, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: TUSC fights for equality for all, i aim to give all working class people a voice
  197. Ed Goncalves, Liberal Democrats candidate for Rugby, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I support UK Trans Info's campaign and support the rights of non-binary people.
  198. Ed Sanderson, Liberal Democrats candidate for Leeds East, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I'm very proud to be making this pledge. Non-binary people of course should be protected and supported by the Equality Act in the same way as everybody else, and transgender health and rights is of paramount concern and importance to me. Commented on Twitter (link, link)
  199. Edmund Potts, Left Unity - Trade Unionists and Socialists candidate for Exeter, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Left Unity and the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) both stand firmly against discrimination of any kind, against those of all genders and none. Thank you for contacting me about this important cause, and I wish you every success.
  200. Edward Browne, Labour Party candidate for Harwich and North Essex, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  201. Elaine Bagshaw, Liberal Democrats candidate for Poplar and Limehouse, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  202. Elaine Smith, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Lincoln, has made the pledge.
  203. Elayne Forster, Green Party candidate for Newark, has made the pledge.
  204. Eleanor Bell, Liberal Democrats candidate for Southampton, Itchen, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I pledge to support the rights of Trans and non-binary citizens. We are all one human family. Commented on Twitter (link)
  205. Elin Walker Jones, Plaid Cymru - The Party of Wales candidate for Cardiff North, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  206. Elizabeth Adams, Liberal Democrats candidate for Stratford-on-Avon, has made the pledge.
  207. Elizabeth McManus, Green Party candidate for Bournemouth West, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  208. Elliot Ball, The 30-50 Coalition candidate for Bethnal Green and Bow, has made the pledge.
  209. Emily Blyth, Green Party candidate for Maidenhead, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  210. Emily Brothers, Labour Party candidate for Sutton and Cheam, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I’m pleased to support UK Trans call for extending protection for transgender and non gender binary people. Commented on Twitter (link)
  211. Emily Lawrence, Green Party candidate for South West Bedfordshire, has made the pledge.
  212. Emily McIvor, Green Party candidate for Yeovil, has made the pledge.
  213. Emma Bullard, Green Party candidate for Shrewsbury and Atcham, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  214. Emma Harper, Scottish National Party (SNP) candidate for Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale and Tweeddale, has made the pledge.
  215. Emma Van Dyke, Green Party candidate for Salford and Eccles, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  216. Emma Wallace, Green Party candidate for Harrow East, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  217. Esther Obiri-Darko, Green Party candidate for Tooting, has made the pledge.
  218. Euan Davidson, Liberal Democrats candidate for Aberdeen North, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  219. Ewan Hoyle, Liberal Democrats candidate for Glasgow South, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  220. Felicity Dowling, Left Unity candidate for Ellesmere Port and Neston, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  221. Fiona Dent, Labour Party candidate for Windsor, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: An excellent campaign that will help us all to be released from unnecessary and trivial gender stereotyping!
  222. Fred van Mierlo, Liberal Democrats candidate for Fylde, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  223. Freddy Greaves, Plaid Cymru - The Party of Wales candidate for Brecon and Radnorshire, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  224. Gabby Garcia, Green Party candidate for Leicester South, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  225. Gareth Ellis, Green Party candidate for Mid Bedfordshire, has made the pledge.
  226. Gareth Epps, Liberal Democrats candidate for Keighley, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I do not use twitter so sending me messages there is pointless as I cannot respond. Please use the many other ways to contact me including email, Facebook or my website. Thanks!
  227. Gareth Thomas, Labour Party candidate for Clwyd West, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  228. Gareth Wilson, Liberal Democrats candidate for Tatton, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  229. Gary Harding, UK Independence Party (UKIP) candidate for Lewisham West and Penge, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  230. Gary Miller, Green Party candidate for Sittingbourne and Sheppey, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  231. Gavin Ellis, Green Party candidate for Portsmouth North, has made the pledge.
  232. Geeta Kauldhar, Green Party candidate for Wolverhampton South East, has made the pledge.
  233. Gemma McKenna, Labour Party candidate for Meon Valley, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  234. Gemma Weir , The Workers Party candidate for Belfast North, has made the pledge.
  235. Geoff Garbett, Green Party candidate for Camborne and Redruth, has made the pledge.
  236. George Aylett, Labour Party candidate for South West Wiltshire, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  237. Gerald Vernon-Jackson, Liberal Democrats candidate for Portsmouth South, has made the pledge.
  238. Geraldine Coggins, Green Party candidate for Stretford and Urmston, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  239. Giles Goodall, Liberal Democrats candidate for Wealden, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I'm a strong supporter of equal rights for everyone Commented on Twitter (link)
  240. Gill Coombs, Green Party candidate for Totnes, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  241. Ginnie Shaw, Green Party candidate for York Outer, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  242. Glen Hart, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Croydon North, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Now Parliamentary candidate as opposed to prospective.
  243. Glyn Heath, Green Party candidate for Bury South, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  244. Glyn Robbins, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Bethnal Green and Bow, has made the pledge.
  245. Gordon Peters, Green Party candidate for Hornsey and Wood Green, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  246. Grace Weaver, Liberal Democrats candidate for South Suffolk, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  247. Graeme Cowie, Liberal Democrats candidate for East Renfrewshire, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  248. Graeme Currie, Labour Party candidate for North Shropshire, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I pledge to support non-binary people achieve equal rights Commented on Twitter (link)
  249. Graham Naismith, Independent candidate for Tunbridge Wells, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Endorse you and its in line with much of my manifesto in this regard but youve a lot more meat to yours. Keep with it! Commented on Twitter (link)
  250. Graham Reed, Liberal Democrats candidate for Plymouth, Sutton and Devonport, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I have campaigned to protect the rights of all minorities - discrimination caused the death of Bessie Smith & Billie Holliday who sang the most beautiful 20thC music! All bigots should be blindfolded for a month and then taken to speak to all their 'hate-figures without prior warning. Then they should wear ear-muffs to realise the pain of deafness! Commented on Twitter (link)
  251. Graham Short, UK Independence Party (UKIP) candidate for Birmingham, Edgbaston, has made the pledge.
  252. Graham White, Green Party candidate for Stevenage, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: People are people regardless of gender, and all deserve equal recognition. Commented on Twitter (link)
  253. Greg Chambers, Labour Party candidate for North Somerset, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I support your 2015 Election Pledge. I feel this issue is very distressing for those caught up in it.
  254. Gulnar Hasnain, Green Party candidate for Vauxhall, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  255. Guy Rubin, Green Party candidate for Chelsea and Fulham, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: This is an important campaign and it is about treating non-binary people justly and fairly. I support it.
  256. Guy Smith, Green Party candidate for Llanelli, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  257. Hannah Graham, Green Party candidate for Middlesbrough, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  258. Hannah Patton, Green Party candidate for Maidstone and The Weald, has made the pledge.
  259. Harri Roberts, Plaid Cymru - The Party of Wales candidate for Swansea West, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: As a strong supporter of both Stonewall and the Terrence Higgins Trust I have strong sympathy with your cause , and certainly support the points you make.
  260. Harry Clarke, Labour Party candidate for Mid Norfolk, has made the pledge.
  261. Heather Finlay, Green Party candidate for Hackney North and Stoke Newington, has made the pledge.
  262. Helen Geake, Green Party candidate for Bury St Edmunds, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  263. Helen Grayshan, Scottish Green Party candidate for Dundee East, has made the pledge.
  264. Helen Hims, UK Independence Party (UKIP) candidate for Wells, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  265. Helen Salisbury, National Health Action Party candidate for Oxford West and Abingdon, has made the pledge.
  266. Helen Scott-Daniels, Green Party candidate for North East Cambridgeshire, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  267. Helena Windsor, UK Independence Party (UKIP) candidate for East Surrey, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Happy to pledge, you are what nature makes you, if you can't tick the boxes provided create your own and stand proud
  268. Howard Porter, Green Party candidate for Tonbridge and Malling, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  269. Hugh Small, Green Party candidate for Cities of London and Westminster, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  270. Hugo Pierre, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Poplar and Limehouse, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  271. Huw Jones, Labour Party candidate for South East Cambridgeshire, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I am proud of Labour's record on equalities. I also know we need to do more. I look forward to a society rooted in social justice where people within the trans spectrum can lead fulfilled lives without fear or predjudice. Commented on Twitter (link, link)
  272. Iain Hamilton, Green Party candidate for Thornbury and Yate, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  273. Ian Baxter, Scottish Green Party candidate for Midlothian, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  274. Ian Boulton, Labour Party candidate for Filton and Bradley Stoke, has made the pledge.
  275. Ian Driver, Green Party candidate for South Thanet, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I support 100% the statement on Identity Recogntion Commented on Twitter (link)
  276. Ian Gilbert, Labour Party candidate for Rochford and Southend East, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  277. Ian Griffiths , Liberal Democrats candidate for Wolverhampton South East, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  278. Ian Johnson, Plaid Cymru - The Party of Wales candidate for Vale of Glamorgan, has made the pledge.
  279. Ian Middleton, Green Party candidate for Banbury, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Despite recent modest advances, discrimination against LGBTIQ people remains in areas such as housing, education, employment and health. The Green Party supports campaigns to advance LGBTIQ rights, and aims to build a society where everyone is valued, respected and empowered, regardless of their sexuality or gender identity and I as a candidate full support those aims. Commented on Twitter (link)
  280. Ian Stephens, Independent candidate for Isle of Wight, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I support the right of an individual to be who they wish to be and to aspire to the person who they want to be. Commented on Twitter (link)
  281. Ian Whitehouse, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Sheffield South East, has made the pledge.
  282. Ian Wilkes, Liberal Democrats candidate for Newcastle-under-Lyme, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  283. Imogen Shepherd-DuBey, Liberal Democrats candidate for New Forest West, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  284. Isabel Thurston, Green Party candidate for Arundel and South Downs, has made the pledge.
  285. Isla O'Reilly, Scottish Green Party candidate for Inverness, Nairn, Badenoch and Strathspey, has made the pledge.
  286. Jack Easton, Green Party candidate for St Albans, has made the pledge.
  287. Jackie Pearcey, Liberal Democrats candidate for Ribble Valley, has made the pledge.
  288. Jackie Porter, Liberal Democrats candidate for Winchester, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  289. Jacky Crawford, Labour Party candidate for Brigg and Goole, has made the pledge.
  290. Jacqui Berry, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Gillingham and Rainham, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Gladly- Reject the Gender Binary.
  291. Jacqui Lovell, Green Party candidate for Stockton South, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Looking forward to making this happen together, whether I/ we get elected or not! Standing in solidarity together!!
  292. Jacquie Bell, Liberal Democrats candidate for Skipton and Ripon, has made the pledge.
  293. Jade Marsden, Conservative Party candidate for Bootle, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: We are all equal no matter who we are! Commented on Twitter (link, link)
  294. Jaime Davies, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Caerphilly, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I pledge. Its important for non-binary people to have a voice in a world that is over run by prejudice and conformity, of which trans people, non-binary people and tge LGBTQ community sadly know all too well. TUSC and I are committed to representing all working class people's interest no matter how they identify gender wise.
  295. Jake Bowers, Green Party candidate for Hastings and Rye, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  296. James Abbott, Green Party candidate for Witham, has made the pledge.
  297. James Barber, Liberal Democrats candidate for Dulwich and West Norwood, has made the pledge.
  298. James Blanchard, Liberal Democrats candidate for York Outer, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: An excellent campaign, good luck with it. I'm very proud of the Lib Dems' record on LGBT+ rights and am only to happy to support you. Commented on Twitter (link)
  299. James Chan, Green Party candidate for St Helens South and Whiston, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: It's high time that non-binary people are recognised and protected by law. Onwards for the pursuit of equality!
  300. James Doyle, Green Party candidate for East Worthing and Shoreham, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Equality and freedom: cornerstones of what I stand for. Everyone should be free from fear and discrimination based on who they are. I'm with you.
  301. James Flanagan, Liberal Democrats candidate for Canterbury, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  302. James Harrison, Liberal Democrats candidate for Glasgow North West, has made the pledge.
  303. James Radcliffe, Plaid Cymru - The Party of Wales candidate for Bridgend, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  304. James Robert Fearnley, Liberal Democrats candidate for Croydon Central, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  305. James Smith, Something New candidate for Horsham, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link, link)
  306. James Wright, Labour Party candidate for Altrincham and Sale West, has made the pledge.
  307. James Wright, Liberal Democrats candidate for Norwich North, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  308. Jamie Cocozza, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Glasgow North East, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Hi, just to say that I fully support this; I would also support the promotion of non-binary issues within schools and the labour/trade union movement as it's something that needs to be better understood generally throughout society. Jamie
  309. Jan Williams, Labour Party candidate for Harrogate and Knaresborough, has made the pledge.
  310. Jane Berney, Labour Party candidate for Saffron Walden, has made the pledge.
  311. Janet Helen Phillips, Green Party candidate for Ludlow, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: See also the Green Party manifesto 2015 for policies to address discrimination of LGBTIQ people. We want to build a society where everyone is valued and empowered regardless of their sexuality or gender identity. Commented on Twitter (link)
  312. Jason O'Neill, Alliance - Alliance Party of Northern Ireland candidate for Belfast North, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  313. Jason Pandya-Wood, Labour Party candidate for Sleaford and North Hykeham, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  314. Jasper Richmond, Green Party candidate for Chichester, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  315. Jaspreet Mahal, Green Party candidate for Ealing, Southall, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I'm a member of LGBTIQ Greens and have campaigned on trans rights multiple times at my university and on the streets - through community forums I've established a good network with trans people in the community and i'm very aware of the stigma that non-binary people face. I am already working on campaigns to get local schools to tackle trans/bi/homophobic bullying - Please get in touch and follow my campaign - and we'll work together on eradicating transphobia in the constituency!
  316. Jeanie Falconer, Liberal Democrats candidate for North Herefordshire, has made the pledge.
  317. Jed Sullivan, Labour Party candidate for Fylde, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  318. Jemma Clarke, Green Party candidate for Tewkesbury, has made the pledge.
  319. Jennifer Marklew, Green Party candidate for Milton Keynes North, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Gender is not binary. By perpetuating the idea that it is we are damaging so many who don't feel like the fit in the blue box, or the pink box. We shouldn't be defined by a social construct, but by who we truly are. These measures hurt no one, but make a huge difference to so many. Commented on Twitter (link)
  320. Jenny Ross, Green Party candidate for Stalybridge and Hyde, has made the pledge.
  321. Jenny Shepherd, Green Party candidate for Calder Valley, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  322. Jenny Sutton, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Tottenham, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  323. Jenny Willott, Liberal Democrats candidate for Cardiff Central, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  324. Jenny Woods, Liberal Democrats candidate for Reading East, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I am pleased to support this and proud that Liberal Democrat MPs like Julian Huppert have already spoken out in Parliament about non-binary issues, including calling for proper legal recognition.
  325. Jerry Evans, Liberal Democrats candidate for Birmingham, Hall Green, has made the pledge.
  326. Jess Mayo, Green Party candidate for Wythenshawe and Sale East, has made the pledge.
  327. Jim McFarlane, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Dundee West, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Equality for all
  328. Jo Swinson, Liberal Democrats candidate for East Dunbartonshire, has made the pledge.
  329. Joan Plimmer, Green Party candidate for Macclesfield, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  330. Joanne Rust, Labour Party candidate for North West Norfolk, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I am proud of Labour's record on equality and look forward to further steps to strengthen it in respect of trans and non binary people.
  331. Jody Jamieson, Scottish Green Party candidate for Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale and Tweeddale, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  332. Joe Belcher, Green Party candidate for Birmingham, Erdington, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Glad to add my full support to the campaign. Commented on Twitter (link)
  333. Joe Cooke, Labour Party candidate for Castle Point, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  334. Joe Jordan, Liberal Democrats candidate for North East Hertfordshire, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: For too long, society has forced people of different genders, sexualities, gender identities and biological sexes into behaviours based on naive assumptions. It is time for the UK to take the lead and support people, whoever they are and however they define themselves, in substantive ways like recognition in our legal system and on official documents like passports. Commented on Twitter (link, link)
  335. Joe Otten, Liberal Democrats candidate for Sheffield Central, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  336. Joe Riches, Labour Party candidate for York Outer, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  337. Joe Simpson, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Enfield North, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I am happy to conform my support.
  338. John Clarke, Labour Party candidate for Witham, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  339. John Devine, Green Party candidate for Amber Valley, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: People are much more than just a gender label. Commented on Twitter (link)
  340. John Hemming, Liberal Democrats candidate for Birmingham, Yardley, has made the pledge.
  341. John Lawson, Liberal Democrats candidate for Batley and Spen, has made the pledge.
  342. John Munro, Liberal Democrats candidate for Weston-Super-Mare, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  343. John Stanyer, UK Independence Party (UKIP) candidate for Penrith and The Border, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I am happy to support your Pledge, all humans should be treated equally and it is up to them to designate their own gender identity be it Mr, Mrs, Miss Ms or Mx and they should be able to change at any time they choose. good luck in your campaign . John Stanyer UKIP Chairman Northwest and PPC for Penrith and the Border
  344. John Vickers, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Bolton West, has made the pledge.
  345. John Warnock, Green Party candidate for Blackpool North and Cleveleys, has made the pledge.
  346. Jon Ball, Liberal Democrats candidate for Ealing Central and Acton, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  347. Jon Bigger, Class War candidate for Croydon South, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  348. Jon Fuller, Green Party candidate for Southend West, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Thanks for brining this to my attention. I am delighted to offer you my support.
  349. Jon Woods, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Portsmouth North, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  350. Jonathan Elmer, Green Party candidate for City of Durham, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  351. Jonathan Hornett, Green Party candidate for Corby, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  352. Jonathan Neal, Liberal Democrats candidate for Central Suffolk and North Ipswich, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  353. Jonathan Tier, Green Party candidate for Aberavon, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  354. Jonathan Tyler, Green Party candidate for York Central, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I am pleased to offer my support as a matter of basic humanity and equality. If elected I would try to get action on the issues raised by this campaign.
  355. Jonathan Wallace, Liberal Democrats candidate for Blaydon, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Thank you for contacting me. I am happy to support the pledge.
  356. Jonny Roberts, Labour Party candidate for Newbury, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  357. Joseph Bourke, Liberal Democrats candidate for Brentford and Isleworth, has made the pledge.
  358. Josh Dixon, Liberal Democrats candidate for Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: This is a really important campaign and I wish you well with it. You can count on my support. Commented on Twitter (link)
  359. Joshua Rawcliffe, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Islwyn, has made the pledge.
  360. Julia Cambridge, Liberal Democrats candidate for Chesterfield, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  361. Julia Kee, Ulster Unionist Party candidate for Foyle, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Equality for all!
  362. Julian Huppert, Liberal Democrats candidate for Cambridge, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I agree wholeheartedly. I have spoken out in Parliament about non-binary issues, such as by tabling motions calling for proper legal recognition. See http://www.parliament.uk/edm/2014-15/47 as an example. Commented on Twitter (link)
  363. Julian Roskams, Green Party candidate for West Worcestershire, has made the pledge.
  364. Julian Ware-Lane, Labour Party candidate for Southend West, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I value fairness and equality. If you do not identify as male or female then this should be recognised. Commented on Twitter (link)
  365. Julie Harvey-Smith, Green Party candidate for Bridgwater and West Somerset, has made the pledge.
  366. Kalvin Chapman, UK Independence Party (UKIP) candidate for Stretford and Urmston, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link, link)
  367. Karen Pollard-Rylance, Green Party candidate for Rossendale and Darwen, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  368. Karen Westbrook, Green Party candidate for Truro and Falmouth, has made the pledge.
  369. Kat Boettge, Green Party candidate for Nottingham North, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I support equality for all and we must fight together to oppose discrimination. Commented on Twitter (link)
  370. Kate Bisson, Green Party candidate for Leeds East, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  371. Kate Godfrey, Labour Party candidate for Stafford, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  372. Kate Nicholl, Alliance - Alliance Party of Northern Ireland candidate for Newry and Armagh, has made the pledge.
  373. Kate Simpson, Green Party candidate for Dagenham and Rainham, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: The Green Party shows full support for the LGBT community, including non-binary people.
  374. Kate Smith, Liberal Democrats candidate for Amber Valley, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Excellent campaign, however I'm a little confused - what's the difference between this and the other Manifesto I signed ? Good luck.
  375. Katharine Harborne, Conservative Party candidate for Barnsley East, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I want to ensure equal opportunities for all people, no matter what their sexual orientation or gender identity – including those who identify themselves as non-binary. Conservatives have actively promoted and protected the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. We have seen real progress made towards eliminating discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity, including introducing legislation to enable same-sex couples to get married, extending the sentences for hate crimes against transgender people and tackling homophobic bullying in our schools. I understand the concerns of people who want to have their gender recorded differently on their passport, but this is a complex issue, particularly given the risk that people might encounter difficulties with entry restrictions into other countries. I would want to consider these issues carefully, and study the experience of those countries which have done it before making any proposals for change. Conservatives are working to remove barriers that lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people can face and to advance their opportunities in all areas of life, in order to secure a stronger community for everyone and a better future for Britain.
  376. Katherine Chibah, Labour Party candidate for Hertford and Stortford, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  377. Katie Simpson, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Milton Keynes North, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: As a Socialist I believe it is time to break down the gender norms that have restricted the identity of so many people. I support this pledge and intend to actively join the campaign regardless of whether or not I am elected.
  378. Katrina Gilman, Labour Party candidate for The Wrekin, has made the pledge.
  379. Katy Beddoe, Green Party candidate for Caerphilly, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link, link)
  380. Katy Boyce, Green Party candidate for North East Somerset, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  381. Katy Clark, Labour Party candidate for North Ayrshire and Arran, has made the pledge.
  382. Kavya Kaushik, Liberal Democrats candidate for Ealing, Southall, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Trans rights are one of my strongest political interests. I find the level of transphobia in society barbaric and the constant erasure of trans people harmful. Please do contact me if there is anything I can do as this is a strong area of interest for me and I will do whatever I can to help the non binary community. Commented on Twitter (link)
  383. Kellie Armstrong, Alliance - Alliance Party of Northern Ireland candidate for Strangford, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I am signing the pledge to ensure people are all treated fairly by the law and fully support the rights of non-binary people.
  384. Kelly-Marie Blundell, Liberal Democrats candidate for Guildford, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  385. Kenny Selbie, Labour Party candidate for Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  386. Kenryck Lloyd Jones, Labour Party candidate for Berwickshire, Roxburgh and Selkirk, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Gender is a social construct and sex is a biological construct but life is a spectrum of colours.
  387. Kerry Gormley, Green Party candidate for Hyndburn, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  388. Kevin Bennett, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Warrington South, has made the pledge.
  389. Kevin McNamara, Liberal Democrats candidate for Ealing North, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  390. Kevin Warnes, Green Party candidate for Shipley, has made the pledge.
  391. Kevin White, Green Party candidate for Redditch, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Totally supportive. Anything which advances the cause of equality and respect for all.
  392. Kieran Turner-Dave, Green Party candidate for Manchester Central, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  393. Kim Long, Scottish Green Party candidate for Glasgow East, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  394. Kirsten Johnson, Liberal Democrats candidate for Chesham and Amersham, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  395. Kris Brown, Liberal Democrats candidate for Wallasey, has made the pledge.
  396. Kris Wragg, Green Party candidate for Bassetlaw, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  397. Kyle Thornton, Conservative Party candidate for Glasgow South, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  398. Laura Davies, Labour Party candidate for Shrewsbury and Atcham, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  399. Laura Diggle, Green Party candidate for Bolton North East, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  400. Laura Fisk, Green Party candidate for Pendle, has made the pledge.
  401. Laura Vesty, Green Party candidate for Coventry North West, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  402. Laurel Fogarty, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Kingston and Surbiton, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  403. Lauren Keith, Liberal Democrats candidate for Brent Central, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  404. Layla Moran, Liberal Democrats candidate for Oxford West and Abingdon, has made the pledge.
  405. Lee Dargue, Liberal Democrats candidate for Birmingham, Edgbaston, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link, link)
  406. Lee Rushworth, Labour Party candidate for Penrith and The Border, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  407. Lee Williscroft-Ferris, Green Party candidate for Hexham, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I'm proud to make this pledge. As an LGBT candidate, I believe passionately in the need to support non-binary people in their struggle for recognition and full equality. Commented on Twitter (link, link)
  408. Leo Evans, Liberal Democrats candidate for Liverpool, Wavertree, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  409. Leon Duveen, Liberal Democrats candidate for Bassetlaw, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  410. Lesley Grahame, Green Party candidate for Norwich South, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Happy to support, freedom to be who are you are shouldn't be limited by gender -http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/ampp3d/green-party-trans-rights-pledge-5505245 Commented on Twitter (link)
  411. Leslie Rowe, Green Party candidate for Richmond (Yorks), has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  412. Lewis Campbell, Scottish Green Party candidate for Dunfermline and West Fife, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I absolutely support the UK Trans Info pledge and think that we should be doing all we can to protect trans and non-binary people and raising awareness of these issues so as to build a more accepting society within which people are respected and can express themselves freely.
  413. Lewis Peacock, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Edmonton, has made the pledge.
  414. Liam Bryan, Vapers In Power candidate for Kingswood, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Delighted to support - if we're about anything, its about peoples right to choose for themselves. Commented on Twitter (link)
  415. Libby Brown, Green Party candidate for Plymouth, Sutton and Devonport, has made the pledge.
  416. Linda Jack, Liberal Democrats candidate for Mid Bedfordshire, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  417. Lindsay Melia, Green Party candidate for Sefton Central, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I fully support this, if we are to have Equality for all this must include those who are non-binary.
  418. Lisa Smart, Liberal Democrats candidate for Hazel Grove, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  419. Lisa Tallis, Green Party candidate for Bootle, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: My partner is non-binary, and I am queer. I will do all I can to support you.
  420. Lloyd Russell-Moyle, Labour Party candidate for Lewes, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: As a candidate's sponsored by LGBT Labour I'm happy to support this. Labour legislated to stop trans* discrimination but we need to go further. Commented on Twitter (link)
  421. Lois Austin, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for East Ham, has made the pledge.
  422. Loraine Birchall, Liberal Democrats candidate for Carlisle, has made the pledge.
  423. Loraine Morgan-Brinkhurst, Independent candidate for Bath, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: All people should be treated equally, regardless. I would not support any legislation that marginalises one individual or group over another.
  424. Lorna Tooley, Green Party candidate for Romford, has made the pledge.
  425. Lorraine Johnson, Liberal Democrats candidate for South Derbyshire, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  426. Louis Stephen, Green Party candidate for Worcester, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I am 100% in support of this campaign - long overdue.
  427. Louisa Townson, Conservative Party candidate for Leigh, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  428. Louise Hughes, Independent candidate for Dwyfor Meirionnydd, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: None of us can help the way we are born and I believe that the human spirit is diminished by discrimination of gender, race, or sexual orientation. Non-binary people should be treated with the same dignity and respect afforded to anyone else and I thoroughly support the 3 points of the pledge.
  429. Loz Kaye, Pirate Party UK candidate for Manchester Central, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I'd like to work to make sure there is no irrelevant and intrusive collecting and prompting for gender information. I've even see WiFi log ins that prompt for gender information. This is obviously completely unneccessary, and potentially distressing. Commented on Twitter (link)
  430. Lucy Bannister, Green Party candidate for Manchester, Withington, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I fully commit to this pledge and to taking whatever steps are necessary to protect and support non-binary people, after full consultation with them. We have seem some modest advances but discrimination remains in law, housing and employment. One of my personal passions is improving sex education to include comprehensive teachings on gender, identity, sexuality and consent. Commented on Twitter (link)
  431. Lucy Rigby, Labour Party candidate for Lincoln, has made the pledge.
  432. Luke Taylor, Liberal Democrats candidate for Battersea, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: The Liberal Democrats have a long and proud history of fighting for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT+) equality. I strongly believe that trans individuals should enjoy equal rights and equal treatment in every aspect of their lives. It was in 1998 that our party first supported the right of people to legally change their gender on their birth certificate. In 2011 we set out the first ever Government transgender equality action plan too. This is helping to break down barriers not just in schools and workplaces, but in healthcare and wider society too. The Liberal Democrats played a crucial role in helping to bring about the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Act 2013, and we were the first of the three main parties to support equal marriage. The Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Act allows a person who is trans to change their legal gender without this automatically ending their marriage. Liberal Democrats passed a motion at our Autumn Party Conference in 2014 where we called for further progress. We support reviewing the Gender Recognition Act, which could lead to important changes. For example, trans individuals whose marriages were terminated should have them reinstated if both partners are in favour. Our 2015 manifesto says that we will help to stamp out transphobic bullying in schools, which we know can blight the lives of young people. Lib Dems also support the right of trans individuals to have an ‘X’ gender marker in their passport if they wish. And we support the inclusion of positive images of trans individuals in central government publications too, so that trans communities are more visible. Our party values fairness, celebrates diversity and challenges ignorance and conformity. We believe that every person, regardless of gender, should have the chance to lead a happy and fulfilling life free from prejudice and discrimination. The work of the group Liberal Democrats LGBT+ also helps to inform party policy on transgender issues. As of April 2015, 37 of the Lib Dem candidates standing in this election identify as LGBT – one of whom is trans. My party will always campaign tirelessly for the rights of the trans community. I hope that the Liberal Democrats are back in government after 7th May so that we can continue the vital work that we have started in this parliament.
  433. Lydia Davies-Bright, Green Party candidate for Sherwood, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: The Green Party stands with & for the LGBTIQ community & we have the LGBTIQ Greens network that is open to all.
  434. Lynne Chamberlain, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Greenwich and Woolwich, has made the pledge.
  435. Mabon ap Gwynfor, Plaid Cymru - The Party of Wales candidate for Clwyd South, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  436. Maeve Tomlinson, Green Party candidate for Sutton and Cheam, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  437. Malcolm Fincken, Labour Party candidate for Braintree, has made the pledge.
  438. Mandy Rossi, Green Party candidate for Ashford, has made the pledge.
  439. Marc Fothergill, Green Party candidate for Dwyfor Meirionnydd, has made the pledge.
  440. Marc Jones, Plaid Cymru - The Party of Wales candidate for Clwyd West, has made the pledge.
  441. Marc Scheimann, Green Party candidate for Welwyn Hatfield, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  442. Margaret Pinder, Labour Party candidate for Beverley and Holderness, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: The idea of gender is becoming increasingly questionable and outdated. Commented on Twitter (link)
  443. Margaret Rowley, Liberal Democrats candidate for Mid Worcestershire, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  444. Marianne Bamkin, Green Party candidate for South Derbyshire, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link, link)
  445. Marion Turner-Hawes, Green Party candidate for Wellingborough, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I fully support your aims of enabling each of us to identify as well feel appropriate and adjusting our identity mechanisms to include additional gender identifications. This is something that could also easily apply to me and very much did when I was younger. I wish you all the very best with this campaign. Commented on Twitter (link)
  446. Mark Bowler, Green Party candidate for North East Bedfordshire, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  447. Mark Chapman, Pirate Party UK candidate for Vauxhall, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  448. Mark Chivers, Green Party candidate for Mid Dorset and North Poole, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  449. Mark Flanagan, The Above and Beyond Party candidate for Leeds North West, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: This is long overdue. All power to your campaign Commented on Twitter (link)
  450. Mark George Goacher, Green Party candidate for Colchester, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  451. Mark Hollinrake, Green Party candidate for Rochdale, has made the pledge.
  452. Mark Hughes, UK Independence Party (UKIP) candidate for Harwich and North Essex, has made the pledge.
  453. Mark Latham, Labour Party candidate for Eastleigh, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  454. Mark Redding, Green Party candidate for West Bromwich West, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: There is far too much division and exclusion these days, so I am happy to support a campaign which embraces equality and raises awareness. Keep on!
  455. Mark Rosenthal, Liberal Democrats candidate for Ynys Môn, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  456. Mark Ruskell, Scottish Green Party candidate for Stirling, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  457. Mark Shuker, Independent candidate for Worcester, has made the pledge.
  458. Mark Wadsworth, Young People's Party YPP candidate for Epping Forest, has made the pledge.
  459. Mark Wright, Liberal Democrats candidate for Bristol South, has made the pledge.
  460. Martie Warin, Green Party candidate for Easington, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  461. Martin Bartos, Scottish Green Party candidate for Glasgow North, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: As a Green I believe we should be building a society mature enough to embrace and support diversity, one which undermines entrenched prejudice and liberates people to be themselves.
  462. Martin Brampton, Green Party candidate for Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland, has made the pledge.
  463. Martin Collins, Green Party candidate for North Tyneside, has made the pledge.
  464. Martin Deane, Green Party candidate for Kingston upon Hull North, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  465. Martin Pollard, Plaid Cymru - The Party of Wales candidate for Cardiff Central, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  466. Martin Powell-Davies, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Lewisham West and Penge, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: As a TUSC candidate standing on our manifesto calling for "Full equality for LGBT people" and also as a member of the NUT's LGBT Advisory Committee (in a personal capacity) I fully support the pledge. I am campaigning for an end to discrimination of all forms and to build a society that welcomes and thrives on diversity. Commented on Twitter (link)
  467. Martin Roberts, Yorkshire First candidate for Hemsworth, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: As the candidate for Yorkshire First in Hemsworth and also part of the LGBT community the strive for equality is one that has to be done because the most important thing is were all human. Commented on Twitter (link)
  468. Martin Robson, Green Party candidate for Woking, has made the pledge.
  469. Martyn Curzey, Green Party candidate for Aldridge-Brownhills, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  470. Martyn Davis, Labour Party candidate for Horsham, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  471. Martyn Singleton, Labour Party candidate for Montgomeryshire, has made the pledge.
  472. Martyn Todd, Alliance - Alliance Party of Northern Ireland candidate for South Down, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  473. Mary Griffiths Clarke, Labour Party candidate for Dwyfor Meirionnydd, has made the pledge.
  474. Mary Varrall, Liberal Democrats candidate for Tonbridge and Malling, has made the pledge.
  475. Mason Redding, Green Party candidate for Mitcham and Morden, has made the pledge.
  476. Matt Cooke, Green Party candidate for Torfaen, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  477. Matt Genn, Green Party candidate for Chesterfield, has made the pledge.
  478. Matt Gordon, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Bristol East, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I fully support the pledges in your email and will happily sign up to them, TUSC fight for complete equality and tolerance for all. We believe economic and social equality is a key component of society that is not based on proft over people, exploitation over cooperation, and division over solidarity.
  479. Matt Heenan, Cannabis is Safer than Alcohol candidate for Esher and Walton, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  480. Matt Taylor, Independent candidate for Brighton, Kemptown, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I had never heard about Non-binary people before taking this pledge. Thank you to Lee Smith for bringing this to my attention. You have opened my eyes to a world I never knew about. I will of-course do all I can to promote and secure the rights and recognition non-binary people in Brighton Kemptown and the world.
  481. Matt Turmaine, Labour Party candidate for Watford, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link, link)
  482. Matt Whale, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Chesterfield, has made the pledge.
  483. Matthew Handley, Green Party candidate for Coventry North East, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  484. Matthew Torbitt, Independent candidate for Cheadle, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link, link)
  485. Matthew West, Cannabis is Safer than Alcohol candidate for Leeds West, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: So many people in our Country are unrepresented. In a modern, multicultural society such as ours, it is vital we have support and recognition for every single person. We need to stand up and be counted together. Sex is irrelevant just like skin colour is. Why should people be forced into groups that do not represent them and that they do not feel comfortable with. I support Non-Binary people and pledge to fight for their rights.
  486. Matthew Wright, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Stoke-on-Trent South, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  487. Maxine Spencer, UK Independence Party (UKIP) candidate for Holborn and St Pancras, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: We need to move forward in recognition of individual difference and as a result promote equality. Commented on Twitter (link)
  488. Meena Hans, Green Party candidate for Ealing North, has made the pledge.
  489. Megan Ollerhead, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for York Central, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I 100% support this. It's about basic recognition of the humanity and identities of trans and non-binary folks. I'd be honoured to fight for this in any way I can. Of course, I would take any and all action after consulting the views of trans/NB people in my constituency and more widely too! But I pledge to fight for this programme, and to use my position for the better treatment and representation of trans and NB people more widely - in parliament and beyond! Commented on Twitter (link)
  490. Mehdi Akhavan, Independent candidate for Chipping Barnet, has made the pledge.
  491. Melanie Hurst, UK Independence Party (UKIP) candidate for Wansbeck, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  492. Michael Beckett, Liberal Democrats candidate for Scarborough and Whitby, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I believe in the three underlying values of the Liberal Democrats Liberty, Equality and Community. I want everyone to have the freedom to be themselves. Everyone should have the right and responsibility to ensure equality no matter their gender under the law. A welcoming and friendly community encourages people to get involved as they are and as they grow. This is the right thing to do for a lot of people, maybe or maybe not for you dear reader, but for some this will make life a little easier and for these reasons it has my support.
  493. Michael Borio, Labour Party candidate for Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  494. Michael Gold, Green Party candidate for Walthamstow, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I have always believed all human beings are equal, none superior and none inferior. Commented on Twitter (link)
  495. Michael Green, Liberal Democrats candidate for Hertford and Stortford, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  496. Michael Holt, Green Party candidate for Hartlepool, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  497. Michael Mullaney, Liberal Democrats candidate for Bosworth, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link, link)
  498. Michael Short, Green Party candidate for Barnsley Central, has made the pledge.
  499. Michelle Lowe, Conservative Party candidate for Coventry North East, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  500. Michelle Thew, Labour Party candidate for Bexhill and Battle, has made the pledge.
  501. Mike Cherrington, Green Party candidate for Darlington, has made the pledge.
  502. Mike Crockart, Liberal Democrats candidate for Edinburgh West, has made the pledge.
  503. Mike Forster, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Huddersfield, has made the pledge.
  504. Mike Harrison, Green Party candidate for Walsall North, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Important issue.
  505. Mike Macartney-Filgate, Green Party candidate for North Norfolk, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  506. Mike Pitt, Liberal Democrats candidate for Rayleigh and Wickford, has made the pledge.
  507. Mike Rigby, Independent candidate for Taunton Deane, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  508. Mike Shone, Green Party candidate for Stafford, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  509. Miles Grindey, Green Party candidate for Fareham, has made the pledge.
  510. Millicent Scott, Liberal Democrats candidate for Hammersmith, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  511. Miranda Diboll, Green Party candidate for Mid Sussex, has made the pledge.
  512. Mollie Stevenson, Communist Party of Britain candidate for Newcastle upon Tyne East, has made the pledge.
  513. Morwen Millson, Liberal Democrats candidate for Horsham, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  514. Murray Sackwild, Green Party candidate for Harlow, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  515. Myles Power, UK Independence Party (UKIP) candidate for Manchester Central, has made the pledge.
  516. Nana Asante, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Harrow East, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: TUSC is unequivocal Democracy, Diversity and Justice. Happy to support the Pledge.
  517. Nancy Platts, Labour Party candidate for Brighton, Kemptown, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: You have my full support! Commented on Twitter (link)
  518. Nancy Taaffe, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Walthamstow, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  519. Naomi Long, Alliance - Alliance Party of Northern Ireland candidate for Belfast East, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  520. Natalie Bennett, Green Party candidate for Holborn and St Pancras, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I am pleased to support your pledge. Regards Natalie
  521. Natalie McVey, Green Party candidate for Wyre Forest, has made the pledge.
  522. Neale Upstone, Liberal Democrats candidate for Wolverhampton South West, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  523. Neil Franks, Green Party candidate for Mid Worcestershire, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I am happy to make the pledge, but on the basis of not fully understanding the potential implications of the pledge. However I think it is important to recognise the rights of Trans and non-binary individuals and the barriers they face. Kind Regards, Neil Franks @ Green Party
  524. Neil Hughes, Liberal Democrats candidate for Penrith and The Border, has made the pledge.
  525. Neil McEvoy, Plaid Cymru - The Party of Wales candidate for Cardiff West, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Equality for all
  526. Neil Williams, Green Party candidate for Gillingham and Rainham, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I believe that any discrimination and bigotry is decisive and that human beings deserve respect irrespective of gender Commented on Twitter (link)
  527. Niall Pettitt, Green Party candidate for West Suffolk, has made the pledge.
  528. Niamh McCarthy, Independent candidate for Liverpool, Wavertree, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (, link)
  529. Nick Robertson-Brown, Green Party candidate for Altrincham and Sale West, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: As you can imagine everything you are asking me to pledge is in the green party manifesto and I support it all.
  530. Nick Wrack, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Camberwell and Peckham, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  531. Nick Yeomans, Independent candidate for Brighton, Pavilion, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link, link)
  532. Nicky Downes, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Coventry North East, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I fully support this cause. As a teacher in the NUT I am a campaigner on gender, transgender and non binary issues. Commented on Twitter (link)
  533. Nicky Williams, Labour Party candidate for Totnes, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  534. Nicola Dodgson, Green Party candidate for East Surrey, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I pledge support, solidarity and respect for the identity every individual chooses for themselves; it is not for society or government to define us. Commented on Twitter (link)
  535. Nicola Holmes, Green Party candidate for Tamworth, has made the pledge.
  536. Nigel Askew, We Are The Reality Party candidate for South Thanet, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Everyone should have the rights to be themselves and be identified as themselves.
  537. Noreen Bailey, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Salford and Eccles, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: The Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC) has no policy on the question of non-binary identity. However as a party we are firmly in favour of human rights and their extension. I have discussed the issue with our members. Two of our council candidates for Salford in 2015 would describe themselves as non-binary and in the light of discussions we have had with them we would have no difficulty in signing up to the pledge as described in your email
  538. Norman Hall, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Jarrow, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I fully support your campaign. No individual should by discriminated against on the basis of gender, including non-binary and intersex people.
  539. Olivia Palmer, Green Party candidate for Esher and Walton, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link, link)
  540. Owen Temple, Liberal Democrats candidate for North West Durham, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link, link)
  541. Patricia Black, Scottish Green Party candidate for Edinburgh West, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  542. Patrick Canavan, Labour Party candidate for Mid Dorset and North Poole, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  543. Patrick Haveron, Liberal Democrats candidate for South West Surrey, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I support the campaign and the expanding of definitions
  544. Patrick Smith, Liberal Democrats candidate for Bracknell, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  545. Paul Chandler, Liberal Democrats candidate for Brighton, Kemptown, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  546. Paul Couchman, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Spelthorne, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  547. Paul Elsom, Independent candidate for Scunthorpe, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: We are all human. We all have different feeling's inside of us Non Binary/ Transgender people are humans too and should not be discriminated against. I Pledge my support if I get elected to parliament for Scunthorpe county. Commented on Twitter (link)
  548. Paul Frost, Green Party candidate for Mansfield, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Happy to support this pledge, committed to fighting discrimination and standing up for equality. Commented on Twitter (link)
  549. Paul Halliday, Liberal Democrats candidate for Newport East, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  550. Paul Hobday, National Health Action Party candidate for Maidstone and The Weald, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: As a GP of 30 years I have no hesitation supporting your pledge, having seen too many people treated unfairly and with prejudice
  551. Paul Jeater, Green Party candidate for Braintree, has made the pledge.
  552. Paul Phillips, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Newcastle upon Tyne East, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  553. Paul Reilly, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Nuneaton, has made the pledge.
  554. Paul Robinson, Something New candidate for South West Surrey, has made the pledge.
  555. Paul Rowlinson, Plaid Cymru - The Party of Wales candidate for Delyn, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  556. Paula Bradshaw, Alliance - Alliance Party of Northern Ireland candidate for Belfast South, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Absolutely, unequivocally - you have my full support! Commented on Twitter (link)
  557. Paula Hermes, Green Party candidate for Torbay, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Greens aim to build a more sustainable and just society where everyone is valued, respected and empowered regardless of their sexuality or gender identity
  558. Paula Keaveney, Liberal Democrats candidate for Sefton Central, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link, link)
  559. Pauline Stewart, Scottish Green Party candidate for Berwickshire, Roxburgh and Selkirk, has made the pledge.
  560. Penny Burgess, Green Party candidate for The Cotswolds, has made the pledge.
  561. Pete McLaren, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Rugby, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I confirm that i make the pledge. I oppose all forms of prejudice and discrimination
  562. Pete Muswell, UK Independence Party (UKIP) candidate for Islington South and Finsbury, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Most party's instruct tbejr candidates to avoid making pre-election pledges as they often have a eay of backfiring. Mu party is no different and asks all its PPCs to avoid this practice. However, I have known two people in my lifetime who were affected by this condition. Both were tortured souls who suffered greatly throughout their lives and I am happy to support this worthwhile cause without reservation.
  563. Peter Barton, Green Party candidate for West Dorset, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  564. Peter Bisset, Green Party candidate for East Hampshire, has made the pledge.
  565. Peter Brooks, Liberal Democrats candidate for Orpington, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  566. Peter Bush, UK Independence Party (UKIP) candidate for Aberavon, has made the pledge.
  567. Peter Cranie, Green Party candidate for Liverpool, Wavertree, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Thank you for running this vital campaign. I hope you get widespread cross party support. Commented on Twitter (link)
  568. Peter Garbutt, Green Party candidate for Sheffield, Hallam, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: All people should be protected under the UN Convention for Human Rights. Human rights are indivisible. Governments have a duty to uphold those rights and, where necessary, legislate to do so. As long as one human's choices don't interfere with another human's rights, I see no reason to break the indivisibility of human rights. Nor is there any reason to question a person's dignity because of the choices they've made. I will always strongly uphold these views and vociferously proclaim equality for all, whatever choices they make.
  569. Peter Hague, Green Party candidate for Leicester West, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  570. Peter Hawkins, Green Party candidate for Telford, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  571. Peter Keith, Labour Party candidate for Cleethorpes, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: More than happy to support the campaign. Commented on Twitter (link)
  572. Peter Lavery, Alliance - Alliance Party of Northern Ireland candidate for Upper Bann, has made the pledge.
  573. Peter McColl, Scottish Green Party candidate for Edinburgh East, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I am very supportive of non-binary rights, and would be keen to work with you and others to ensure legislative change. Commented on Twitter (link)
  574. Peter Norman, Apolitical Democrats candidate for Newbury, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link, link)
  575. Peter Reisdorf, Liberal Democrats candidate for Wirral West, has made the pledge.
  576. Peter Underwood, Green Party candidate for Croydon South, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  577. Peter Varley, Green Party candidate for Islwyn, has made the pledge.
  578. Phil Chamberlain, Green Party candidate for North Wiltshire, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  579. Phil Chandler, Green Party candidate for Morecambe and Lunesdale, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  580. Philip Allott, Conservative Party candidate for Halifax, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  581. Philip Eades, Liberal Democrats candidate for Poole, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  582. Phyl Meyer, Scottish Green Party candidate for Edinburgh South, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link, link)
  583. Pippa Bartolotti, Green Party candidate for Newport West, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  584. Poppy Hebden-Leeder, Green Party candidate for North Swindon, has made the pledge.
  585. Pramod Subbaraman, Liberal Democrats candidate for Edinburgh South, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I do know some non binary people myself and have no problem in making the pledge. I will fight for it, but as you know success is measured by our numbers in parliament. Let's hope for the best
  586. Prue Bray, Liberal Democrats candidate for Rochester and Strood, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  587. Rachel Burgin, Labour Party candidate for Hitchin and Harpenden, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  588. Rachel Collinson, Green Party candidate for West Ham, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I am proud to be a member of the party who I believe are the best for nonbinary people. The Green Party had the first ever panel at a conference about non-binary and trans issues which I attended, and I support this important campaign. Commented on Twitter (link)
  589. Rachel Featherstone, Green Party candidate for Sunderland Central, has made the pledge.
  590. Rachel Rogers, Labour Party candidate for West Dorset, has made the pledge.
  591. Rachel Sadler, Liberal Democrats candidate for Bexhill and Battle, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  592. Rachel Smith-Lyte, Green Party candidate for Suffolk Coastal, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  593. Ralph Hierons, Green Party candidate for Erewash, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I believe in a fully integrated, inclusive society wherein everyone contributes for the common good. I abhor discrimination in any form and will happily pledge to support and promote the rights of non-binary people if elected.
  594. Rebecca Johnson, Green Party candidate for Hampstead and Kilburn, has made the pledge.
  595. Rebecca Lawson, Green Party candidate for Liverpool, West Derby, has made the pledge.
  596. Rebecca Newton, Plaid Cymru - The Party of Wales candidate for Caerphilly, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  597. Rebecca Tully, Green Party candidate for Chingford and Woodford Green, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  598. Reetendra Nath Banerji, Liberal Democrats candidate for Salisbury, has made the pledge.
  599. Rich Clare, Liberal Democrats candidate for Ilford North, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  600. Richard Barrington, Green Party candidate for North Dorset, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: We need a world were everyone is respected and treated equally & with equity!
  601. Richard Baum, Liberal Democrats candidate for Bury North, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  602. Richard Billington, UK Independence Party (UKIP) candidate for Rutland and Melton, has made the pledge.
  603. Richard Chaloner, Green Party candidate for Montgomeryshire, has made the pledge.
  604. Richard Davis, Liberal Democrats candidate for Bexleyheath and Crayford, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  605. Richard Doherty, Scottish Green Party candidate for Edinburgh South West, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  606. Richard Gadsden, Liberal Democrats candidate for Blackley and Broughton, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  607. Richard Garvie, Labour Party candidate for Wellingborough, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  608. Richard Mallender, Green Party candidate for Rushcliffe, has made the pledge.
  609. Richard Marbrow, Liberal Democrats candidate for Oldham East and Saddleworth, has made the pledge.
  610. Richard Shattock, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Welwyn Hatfield, has made the pledge.
  611. Richard Wilson, Independent candidate for Stroud, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  612. Richard Wise, Green Party candidate for Hitchin and Harpenden, has made the pledge.
  613. Richard Worth, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Kingswood, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  614. Ricky Knight, Green Party candidate for North Devon, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: At this year's national conference in Liverpool, the Green Party refined its already robust LGBTIQ policies to reflect the very urgent need of non-binary, 'trans' identification and the absurdity of the gender marker on passports. We all learn, sometimes too slowly. I am proud of the Green party's commitment to such issues.
  615. Rob Ballantyne, Green Party candidate for Kenilworth and Southam, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I confirm my support for your campaign. The Green Party supports campaigns to advance LGBTIQ rights and aims to build a society where everyone is valued, respected and empowered, regardless of their sexuality or gender identity
  616. Rob Buckman, Green Party candidate for Warley, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I am proud to support this pledge. Thank you for bringing it to my attention. Commented on Twitter (link)
  617. Rob Reeves, Green Party candidate for Kettering, has made the pledge.
  618. Rob Simmons, Mebyon Kernow - The Party for Cornwall candidate for St Ives, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  619. Rob Walsh, Liberal Democrats candidate for Wrexham, has made the pledge.
  620. Rob White, Green Party candidate for Reading East, has made the pledge.
  621. Robert Adamson, Liberal Democrats candidate for East Yorkshire, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  622. Robert Dennett, Green Party candidate for Fylde, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  623. Robert Johnston, Liberal Democrats candidate for Rushcliffe, has made the pledge.
  624. Robert Lindsay, Green Party candidate for South Suffolk, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link, link)
  625. Robin Long, Liberal Democrats candidate for Lancaster and Fleetwood, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Yes, most definitely. Everyone should be able to live their lives, as they see fit, free from discrimination. Commented on Twitter (link)
  626. Robin McGhee, Liberal Democrats candidate for Kensington, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  627. Robin Meltzer, Liberal Democrats candidate for Richmond Park, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Very supportive of this campaign and if I am elected I will work for the rights of trans people in my constituency and beyond.
  628. Robin Scott, Independent candidate for Richmond (Yorks), has made the pledge.
  629. Rod Abouharb, Labour Party candidate for Kensington, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  630. Rodney McCune, Ulster Unionist Party candidate for Belfast South, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  631. Roger Crouch, Liberal Democrats candidate for Feltham and Heston, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  632. Rohen Kapur, Young People's Party YPP candidate for Folkestone and Hythe, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I support everyone regardless of age/gender/ race/disability
  633. Ron Meldrum, Green Party candidate for Eastleigh, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  634. Ronnie Job, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Swansea West, has made the pledge.
  635. Ros Kayes, Liberal Democrats candidate for West Dorset, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  636. RoseMary Warrington, Green Party candidate for Ilford South, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I am secretary of Green Party Women's Group.
  637. Ross Barlow, Liberal Democrats candidate for Harrow East, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: We judge our society by the rights it affords each and every citizen. That's why I am proud to support moves to bring equality to non-binary people that are currently overlooked by legislation. Commented on Twitter (link)
  638. Ross Brown, Green Party (NI) candidate for Belfast East, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Yes, I with the backing of the Green Party support your three pledges fully with regards to equality.
  639. Ross Greer, Scottish Green Party candidate for East Dunbartonshire, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Whilst education is devolved in Scotland, I'd very much like to prioritise and support embedding trans education in the curriculum from a young age, particularly now that we're making progress on inclusion of LGB people in personal & social education. Commented on Twitter (link)
  640. Ross Hemingway, Green Party candidate for Carshalton and Wallington, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  641. Ross Pepper, Liberal Democrats candidate for Lincoln, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  642. Ross Saunders, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Cardiff South and Penarth, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Please take this email as confirmation that I make the pledge you request. I saw a good poster recently: What to do if you can't work out whether someone is a man or a woman - don't worry about it.
  643. Roy Horobin, Liberal Democrats candidate for Cleethorpes, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  644. Rupert Moss-Eccardt, Liberal Democrats candidate for South West Norfolk, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  645. Rupert Read, Green Party candidate for Cambridge, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: This is an important pledge and I'll make sure other Green candidates pledge as well. Commented on Twitter (link, link)
  646. Russell Secker, Green Party candidate for Broxbourne, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I support this, and anything which advances the cause of equality and respect for all. Good luck!
  647. Rustam Majainah, Green Party candidate for Runnymede and Weybridge, has made the pledge.
  648. Ruth Fabricant, Green Party candidate for Beckenham, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I was made aware of this information at the Green Party conference.I fully support the pledges.I see the need to acknowledge this group of people and make the necessary changes, so they can have access to equal rights in society . I personally believe people should have access to equal opportunities regardless of class, race, or sexual orientation, including transgender people.
  649. Ruth Osner, Green Party candidate for Cardiff North, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I support the rights of non-binary people who don't identify entirely as only male or only female and non-gendered people. I want to see an end to discrimination and violence against anyone. Commented on Twitter (link)
  650. Ryan Morrison, Scottish Green Party candidate for Paisley and Renfrewshire North, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Delighted to pledge my support!
  651. Ryk Downes, Liberal Democrats candidate for Pudsey, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  652. Sachin Patel, Labour Party candidate for Richmond Park, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Very Happy to support this. Equality is what I believe in and will support this cause fully. Commented on Twitter (link)
  653. Sam Clark, Pirate Party UK candidate for Salford and Eccles, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  654. Sam Gibbons, Green Party candidate for Newcastle-under-Lyme, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  655. Sam Gould, Labour Party candidate for Romford, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  656. Sam Juthani, Labour Party candidate for Henley, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  657. Sam Townley, Cannabis is Safer than Alcohol candidate for Great Yarmouth, has made the pledge.
  658. Sam Webber, Liberal Democrats candidate for Bromley and Chislehurst, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Very happy to support this campaign. The Lib Dems have a very strong record on LGBT rights especially most recently delivering Same Sex marriage which was largely led by Lynne Featherstone MP. Commented on Twitter (link)
  659. Samantha Pancheri, Green Party candidate for Milton Keynes South, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I recognise the struggles of trans people in society today, and the urgent need for changes to legislation which currently reinforces discrimination against them. Commented on Twitter (link)
  660. Sanjay Samani, Liberal Democrats candidate for Angus, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Lib Dems made great strides with LGBT+ Equality and Equal Marriage in the Coalition, but the needs of transgender and non-binary people were not fully met. I'm delighted that Lib Dems are committed to addressing those needs. Commented on Twitter (link)
  661. Sara Lloyd Williams, Liberal Democrats candidate for Carmarthen East and Dinefwr, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  662. Sarah Beattie-Smith, Scottish Green Party candidate for Edinburgh North and Leith, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  663. Sarah Hayes, Green Party candidate for Warrington North, has made the pledge.
  664. Sarah Osborne, Liberal Democrats candidate for Crawley, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  665. Sarah Walpole, Green Party candidate for Kingston upon Hull East, has made the pledge. Made the following comment:

    I fully support the pledge.

    It would be of great benefit to society, including but not limited to people who self-identify as being non-binary, if we were to recognise transgender issues. We must treat transgender people fairly in health care and in society. The Green Party has an active LGBT group who would be able to offer further advice and support.

  666. Sarah Yapp, Green Party candidate for Rayleigh and Wickford, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: At this time, we need to stand together with everyone that is not of the male,pale and stale ruling elite. We are evolving as a people, and we need to evolve with compassion, understanding and inclusion. Commented on Twitter (link)
  667. Scott Bartle, Green Party candidate for Brent North, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Fully support this! At spring conference we passed a motion to oppose the 'spousal veto' (which allows the spouse of a trans person effectively to "veto" the person's gender recognition); to increase and improve the provision of Gender Identity Clinics, particularly for trans children and youths; to push for education on trans issues in schools and in wider society; and to review current anti-discrimination legislation to ensure better protection for trans people.'
  668. Scott Hartley, UK Independence Party (UKIP) candidate for North Tyneside, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I pledge to support your cause. UKIP has an LGBT* group and I believe no-one should be discriminated on the basis of Gender or Non-binary. Yours faithfully. Scott Hartley. UKIP Parlimentary Candidate North Tyneside.
  669. Scott Jones, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Llanelli, has made the pledge.
  670. Sean Hoyle, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Portsmouth South, has made the pledge.
  671. Sean Kelly-Walsh, Labour Party candidate for Charnwood, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  672. Sean Woodcock, Labour Party candidate for Banbury, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  673. Sebastian Kindersley, Liberal Democrats candidate for South Cambridgeshire, has made the pledge.
  674. Seth Cruse, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Folkestone and Hythe, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  675. Shahrar Ali, Green Party candidate for Brent Central, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I am proud to say that Greens are fully committed to the cause of equality for all. Recognition of non-binary identity is an essential part of that programme for action.
  676. Shasha Khan, Green Party candidate for Croydon North, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  677. Shiraz Peer, The Respect Party candidate for Birmingham, Hall Green, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  678. Shirley Ford, Green Party candidate for South Shields, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  679. Shona Dunn, Green Party candidate for Christchurch, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  680. Simeon Jackson, Green Party candidate for Mid Norfolk, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I proudly come from a party where our policy is democratically adopted at party conferences. At Spring conference this year, I voted in support of a motion on non-binary gender rights, and the policy was adopted. It is this progressive approach to politics that makes the Green Party a unique and forward-thinking party.
  681. Simon Bailey, Liberal Democrats candidate for Chelsea and Fulham, has made the pledge.
  682. Simon Bowkett, Labour Party candidate for South Dorset, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Gender is not binary. Sexuality is not binary. It's time the law caught up.
  683. Simon Coopey, Plaid Cymru - The Party of Wales candidate for Newport West, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  684. Simon Cross, Green Party candidate for Rochford and Southend East, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I support equality rights and always will. It is important that every human being is treated as such regardless of gender, faith or ethnicity. We need to ensure that nobody in our society gets a raw deal.
  685. Simon de Deney, Liberal Democrats candidate for Hackney North and Stoke Newington, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Very happy to support these three pledges. Good luck!
  686. Simon Diggins, Labour Party candidate for South West Hertfordshire, has made the pledge.
  687. Simon Hall, Green Party candidate for Luton South, has made the pledge.
  688. Simon Hardy, Left Unity candidate for Vauxhall, has made the pledge.
  689. Simon McDougall, Green Party candidate for Bognor Regis and Littlehampton, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  690. Simon Saggers, Green Party candidate for South Cambridgeshire, has made the pledge.
  691. Simon Thomas, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Rossendale and Darwen, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I will absolutely commit to this. I personally believe a person should be free to express their sexuality, orientation and gender preferences as they wish without any form of impediment or discrimination.
  692. Sofiya Ahmed, Green Party candidate for Luton North, has made the pledge.
  693. Sophie Christophy, Green Party candidate for Hertford and Stortford, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  694. Stan Heptinstall, Liberal Democrats candidate for Broxtowe, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link, link)
  695. Stefano Borella, Labour Party candidate for Bexleyheath and Crayford, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I very to support this pledge to further equality. Commented on Twitter (link)
  696. Steffan Lewis, Plaid Cymru - The Party of Wales candidate for Blaenau Gwent, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  697. Stella Gardiner, Green Party candidate for Bexleyheath and Crayford, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  698. Stephen Churchman, Liberal Democrats candidate for Dwyfor Meirionnydd, has made the pledge.
  699. Stephen Donnelly, Alliance - Alliance Party of Northern Ireland candidate for West Tyrone, has made the pledge.
  700. Stephen German, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Taunton Deane, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  701. Stephen Gilbert, Liberal Democrats candidate for St Austell and Newquay, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I helped to lead the calls for non-gendered passports while an MP - and will continue to do so if I am returned to Parliament.
  702. Stephen Glenn, Liberal Democrats candidate for Sedgefield, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  703. Stephen Priestley, UK Independence Party (UKIP) candidate for Brent Central, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I have worked in social care and acute adult mental health services for 20 years. I fully support the recommendations on Identity Recognition issued by WPATH
  704. Stephen Robinson, Liberal Democrats candidate for Chelmsford, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  705. Stephen Webb, Labour Party candidate for Wantage, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  706. Stephen Worrall, Liberal Democrats candidate for High Peak, has made the pledge.
  707. Steve Bradley, Liberal Democrats candidate for Bath, has made the pledge.
  708. Steve Reed, Cannabis is Safer than Alcohol candidate for Vale of Glamorgan, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I can confirm that I support the pledge 100% and will continue to do so beyond this election.
  709. Steve Sollitt, Liberal Democrats candidate for Havant, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  710. Steven Agnew, Green Party (NI) candidate for North Down, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  711. Steven Cheung, Liberal Democrats candidate for Walthamstow, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  712. Steven North, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Worsley and Eccles South, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  713. Stewart Blackmore, Labour Party candidate for Isle of Wight, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  714. Stewart Weston, Left Unity candidate for Bristol West, has made the pledge.
  715. Stuart Adair, UK Independence Party (UKIP) candidate for Tewkesbury, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I am not authorised to make pledges on behalf of UKIP as a party, however I certainly will lend my full support to the campaign as an individual. Commented on Twitter (link)
  716. Stuart Bonar, Liberal Democrats candidate for Plymouth, Moor View, has made the pledge.
  717. Stuart Jeffery, Green Party candidate for Canterbury, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Thank you for calling on candidates to make this pledge which I am proud to do. Let's hope all candidates recognise the importance of this. Commented on Twitter (link)
  718. Stuart Macdonald, Green Party candidate for Witney, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Equality amongst all is something I strongly support. Here is to a brighter and equal future for non-binary people and together we make discrimination a thing of the past. Commented on Twitter (link)
  719. Su Maddock, Labour Party candidate for Torbay, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  720. Sue Cooper, Liberal Democrats candidate for Henley, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I was totally unaware of the high proportion of non binary people likely to be around. But I am very happy to treat people as people rather than as men, women or whatever.
  721. Susan McGrath, Green Party candidate for Epsom and Ewell, has made the pledge.
  722. Susan Ryland, Green Party candidate for South West Surrey, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I wholeheartedly support this campaign!
  723. Susan van de Ven, Liberal Democrats candidate for Stevenage, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  724. Suzie Ferguson, Independent candidate for Reading West, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  725. Tadeusz Jones, Liberal Democrats candidate for Nottingham East, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Happy to support the campaign.
  726. Talis Kimberley-Fairbourn, Green Party candidate for South Swindon, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  727. Tamara Galloway, Green Party candidate for Orpington, has made the pledge.
  728. Tamsin Omond, Green Party candidate for East Ham, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  729. Tanya Jones, Green Party (NI) candidate for Fermanagh and South Tyrone, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  730. Tanya Williams, Green Party candidate for Twickenham, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  731. Taylor Muir, Conservative Party candidate for Rutherglen and Hamilton West, has made the pledge.
  732. Teena Lashmore, Liberal Democrats candidate for Bethnal Green and Bow, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: My personal pledge and should this not be reflected in LibDems (highly unlikely given we supported Equality in marriage and continue to push for same gendered marriage), then I will endeavour to push this forward to ensure our party upholds our values on equality for all.
  733. Terence White, Green Party candidate for Rugby, has made the pledge.
  734. Terry Stacy, Liberal Democrats candidate for Islington South and Finsbury, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  735. Theo Simon, Green Party candidate for Somerton and Frome, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  736. Tim Goodall, Green Party candidate for Leeds North West, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  737. Tim Thomas, Plaid Cymru - The Party of Wales candidate for Ogmore, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  738. Tim Valentine, Green Party candidate for Faversham and Mid Kent, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  739. Tim Wall, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for North Tyneside, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I'm happy to give my pledge as a Socialist Party member and TUSC parliamentary candidate to support full LGBTQ rights, to oppose all forms of discrimination, and to extend the Equality Act 2010 to include all non-binary people. Commented on Twitter (link)
  740. Tina Louise Rothery, Green Party candidate for Tatton, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: All people deserve the right to protection and equal treatment in the law along with respect and human dignity. I pledge to work with trans & non-binary people to better understand what is needed. @TinaForTatton Commented on Twitter (link)
  741. Toby Pereira, Independent candidate for Braintree, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I am happy to support this within our current legal framework, but arguably a better way forward would be to have no legal recognition of a person's sex, whether male, female or anything else. Commented on Twitter (link)
  742. Todd Foreman, Labour Party candidate for North East Somerset, has made the pledge.
  743. Tom Baldwin, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Bristol South, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  744. Tom Chance, Green Party candidate for Lewisham West and Penge, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  745. Tom Corbin, Labour Party candidate for Salisbury, has made the pledge.
  746. Tom Harris, Labour Party candidate for Glasgow South, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Have consistently supported LGBT rights in Parliament - looking forward to continuing to do so!
  747. Tom MacLennan, Green Party candidate for Huntingdon, has made the pledge.
  748. Tom Sharman, Green Party candidate for Ealing Central and Acton, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Very happy to support this. Commented on Twitter (link)
  749. Tommy Holgate, The Peace Party - Non-violence, Justice, Environment candidate for Chesterfield, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  750. Tony Clarke, Green Party candidate for Northampton North, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  751. Tony Dyer, Green Party candidate for Bristol South, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I fully support efforts to reduce any form of discrimination, including that based on gender identity - this needs to include not only legislation but also better public education including schools, and needs to address the way media too often portray non binary people in a sensationalised manner. Commented on Twitter (link)
  752. Trevor Carbin, Liberal Democrats candidate for South West Wiltshire, has made the pledge.
  753. Trevor Lunn, Alliance - Alliance Party of Northern Ireland candidate for Lagan Valley, has made the pledge.
  754. Valerie O'Flynn, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Great Grimsby, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I believe in the complete freedom of everybody has the right to define themselves. Life is about being the best person you can be not about struggling to resist the judgement of others or fit in to the categories they prescribe. Solidarity Commented on Twitter (link)
  755. Veronika Tudhope, Scottish Green Party candidate for Central Ayrshire, has made the pledge.
  756. Vicki Nolan, Green Party candidate for North Durham, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: The Green Party is committed to advancing the rights of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Intersex & Queer (LGBTIQ) people. Discrimination against LGBTIQ people remains an issue in many areas of life such as housing, education, employment and health and Greens actively campaign against this. Vicki has already signed the Trans Manifesto, and is therefore equally happy to make this pledge to support the rights of non-binary people.
  757. Vicky Duckworth, Green Party candidate for Dudley South, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  758. Victor Chamberlain, Liberal Democrats candidate for Wythenshawe and Sale East, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  759. Victoria Percival, Green Party candidate for Boston and Skegness, has made the pledge.
  760. Vikki Slade, Liberal Democrats candidate for Mid Dorset and North Poole, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I am happy to support this.
  761. Violet Rook, The North East Party candidate for Newcastle upon Tyne North, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: I believe in the rights of the individual to reach their full potential and have the right to establish their own identity and equality before the law. I support your pledge and wish you well in your endeavours.
  762. Vix Lowthion, Green Party candidate for Isle of Wight, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Equality in everything.
  763. Waleed Ghani, The Whig Party candidate for Vauxhall, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  764. Wally Kennedy, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition candidate for Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  765. Waqas Ali Khan, UK Independence Party (UKIP) candidate for Shipley, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Www.ukip-Bradford.org.uk/waqas Commented on Twitter (link)
  766. Wendy Taylor, Liberal Democrats candidate for Newcastle upon Tyne East, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  767. Will Duckworth, Green Party candidate for Dudley North, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  768. Will Patterson, Green Party candidate for Wigan, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: This is a simple matter of equality and basic fairness - all our citizens should have the same fundamental rights, freedoms and protections as individuals, regardless of their identity.
  769. Will Straw, Labour Party candidate for Rossendale and Darwen, has made the pledge.
  770. William Edwards, Labour Party candidate for Bury St Edmunds, has made the pledge.
  771. Willie Bain, Labour Party candidate for Glasgow North East, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  772. Win Scutt, Green Party candidate for South West Devon, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  773. Yemi Awolola, Christian Peoples Alliance candidate for Enfield North, has made the pledge. Made the following comment: Respect for life
  774. Yvonne Boyle, Alliance - Alliance Party of Northern Ireland candidate for East Londonderry, has made the pledge.
  775. Zoe Hennessy Streatfield, Communist Party of Britain candidate for Glasgow North West, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)
  776. Zoe O'Connell, Liberal Democrats candidate for Maldon, has made the pledge. Commented on Twitter (link)