Theresa Clifford

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Theresa Clifford LinkedIn page, screenshot taken 4 October 2013
Theresa Clifford, RCP candidate for Sheffield Hallam in the 1992 General Election as featured in Break out of the grey: Election manifesto of the Revolutionary Communist Party
LM network resources

Theresa Clifford Digital Director at PHD (since July 2013); Tutor, Marketing Association (since February 2013) based in Auckland, New Zealand.[1]

She is associated with the libertarian anti-environmental LM network through standing as a candidate for the RCP in the 1992 General Election in the Sheffield Hallam constituency, writing for LM,[2]speaking at the Battle of Ideas, [3] [4] and writing for Spiked. [5][6]

Clifford attended Canterbury Christ Church University and then worked, according to her linkedIn page as a 'Politics and Economics Lecturer' (January 1992 – June 1997 (5 years 6 months)) at various colleges and universities, though according to the RCP manifesto for the April 1992 General Election she was at that stage a 'clerical worker'. She then took up the role of Head of Production at Cyberia (July 1997 – December 1998) the firm founded by RCP stalwart Keith Teare.[1] She went on to lead sales and marketing for LM connected firms cScape/ClerksWell (November 2000 – February 2012).[1]


Blog: 'Theresa Clifford'
Facebook: 'Therea Clifford'
Promotional page: 'Theresa Clifford'
Twitter: 'TheresaClifford'


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 LinkedIn Theresa Clifford, accessed 8 September 2013
  2. Theresa Clifford, 'A Year in the 'Lab', LM 106, December 1997/January 1998.; Theresa Clifford, 'Q is for quotable', LM 107, February 1998.
  3. Speakers 2010, Battle of Ideas website, accessed 28 Nov 2010
  4. Speakers 2009, Battle of Ideas website, accessed 28 Nov 2010
  5. Is Wikipedia part of a new ‘global brain’?, Spiked website, accessed 28 Nov 2010
  6. Spiked Theresa Clifford, accessed 9 September 2013.