In the 2015 election, Farron was just one of eight Liberal Democrats MPs to retain their seats, and the only Lib Dem MP to increase their majority. Farron defeated his closest competitor Conservative Party candidate Ann Myatt with a majority of 8,949 and 51 per cent of the vote. 
- Shireen Anthony
- Samuel Barratt - Head of broadcast, Liberal Democrats
- Paul Butters
- James de Jonge - Senior associate, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
- Tim Hobden - Press officer, Liberal Democrats
- Natasha Kutchinsky
- Christine Longworth - President's aide, Liberal Democrats
- Benedict Rich - Chief of staff, Liberal Democrats HQ, self-employed media relations consultant
- Ian Sherwood 
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