Tessa Munt

Your candidate for Wells & Mendip Hills

Tessa in front of stakeboards

I came into politics to use my voice to stand up for people. This area needs an MP who lives here, is accessible to local people and genuinely cares about this part of the West Country. With my energy, experience and loyalty, I wish to serve the residents and organisations here again. I’ve done it before and I can do it again. But, I need your vote to help me get there

Tessa Munt




“I've worked with Tessa in her capacity as a Vice-Chair of Whistleblowers UK. We share a common interest in whistleblowing where victimisation damages every public service from the health service, to the judiciary and the police. We need collaborative politicians like Tessa who call this out and are committed to trust, transparency, compassion and the responsible use of power.”

 - Dr Phil Hammond, NHS doctor, author, broadcaster, comedian and Private Eye's medical correspondent MD.

Phil Hammond




"I had the pleasure of working with Tessa last time the good people of Wells elected her to Parliament.  As well as being a great constituency MP, Tessa made a huge difference to cancer care in our country during that time. She’s been sorely missed. I hope she returns to Parliament again soon."

 - Lawrence Dallaglio OBE







Tessa was identified as “one of the awkward squad” by ‘Grazia’ magazine for her work in Parliament. She worked across party lines, being named by the magazine as MP “who is not part of the gang”, someone prepared to ask the difficult questions - that no one else will - of the authorities.

Tessa in parliament

Tessa's promise of more:

“I’ll be here to listen to and stand up for those who are not being fairly treated and for the vulnerable”

“I’ll use my voice to help fix our broken health and social care services, to tackle the cost of living crisis, and to protect our environment - it’s our young people’s future” 

“You’ll be able to meet me and speak with me regularly in locations wherever you live and work in Wells & Mendip Hills. If you can’t come to me, I’ll come to you”

 “If you elect me, it’ll be your Parliament, not mine. I’ll make it work for you”


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