We have the opportunity to ask questions of Julian Bell, a member of the Church in England. Julian was born 29 April 1959 in Sheffield, England, and married Hermia Bell in the London Temple. They have four daughters, Angellica, Martina, Sophronia, and Christiana.
Since July 2005, Julian has worked as a parliamentary research for Piara S Khabra, Member of Parliament for Ealing Southall. His duties as a researcher include helping write parliamentary speeches and newspaper articles, and conducting research for the Member of Parliament on a range of contemporary political topics. Julian also writes to government ministers regarding constituents queries and problems. Previously he worked for Clive Soley MP and Andrew Slaughter MP (2001-2005).
He was elected to serve as the Labour Councillor for the Acton Central Ward in the London Borough of Ealing in 2002, and he will serve through this year. In that capacity, he is currently the Chair of the Overview & Scrutiny Committee. (For more information, see http://www.ealing.gov.uk)
Julian is active in Labour Party politics, serving as Chair of Ealing Acton & Shepherds Bush Labour Party (2001-Present). He worked for the Labour Party as a Campaign Organiser 1994 – 2001, and helped organize General Election Campaigns in key seats in 1997 & 2001, as well as the Labour Party Annual Conference and the Parliamentary By-elections.
Please suggest questions that you would like Julian to answer. We will gather them, edit them to Twelve Questions, and submit them to him.