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I was fortunate enough to be born and raised in the beautiful county of Devon and educated in Somerset. I subsequently attended the University of Birmingham, where I graduated with a First Class degree in Political Science.
My professional background is in rail, having worked for South Western Railway before joining the Railway Industry Association. Prior to moving into the rail industry I worked in policing, which equipped me with an understanding of how our streets can be made safer and more secure.

I also have extensive professional experience of politics, having worked for a former Devon Member of Parliament, and the Conservative group on the London Assembly.

I am proud to be a District Councillor, representing the people of Witham Central - a marginal ward which I kept blue at the 2023 local elections, despite the difficult politcal backdrop for the Conservatives. 

I was deeply honoured to be selected to fight the December 2019 General Election as the Conservative candidate for Mitcham and Morden. I was proud to increase the Conservative share of the vote – against the trend in London, reduce Labour’s majority by 5,000 and secure the biggest swing to the Conservatives since 1983.
In April 2019 I was selected as a London Assembly candidate, being placed at number six on the Conservatives’ London-wide list. I was proud to be part of the team of candidates who took the fight to Sadiq Khan and ultimately helped to increase the number of Conservative Assembly Members at City Hall. 

Outside of work and politics, I am passionate about tackling educational disadvantage and thoroughly enjoyed being a primary school governor for three years. I am also a proud volunteer for Nacoa - the National Association for Children of Alcoholics. 

Toby Williams

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