Joy Morrissey selected as Conservative candidate for Ealing Central & Acton

Joy Morrissey has been selected by Conservatives in Ealing as their candidate for Ealing Central and Acton. An Ealing councillor since 2014, she used to work for the former MP Angie Bray. She voted Leave in the referendum.

Since November 2016 she has worked at the Centre for Social Justice, set up by Iain Duncan-Smith, running their events programme. According to their website: ‘Joy was born in the United States and came to the UK to do a masters degree at LSE. Her passion for social justice comes from a long period supporting humanitarian charities in Albania, Kosovo, China & India. She is an elected Ealing Councillor and theShadow Portfolio holder for Health & Wellbeing and thetrustee of a homeless charity in Acton as well as Chairman of the Ealing Central Business Club’.