On Tuesday, November 1, tributes poured onto social media in response to the passing of former Green Party MEP Keith Taylor.
MEP Keith Taylor Cause of Death
Keith Taylor, a former councilor for Brighton, a founding member of the Green Party, and an MEP, died at the age of 69.
Former Green Party MEP for London Jean Lambert announced the news of his passing on social media, writing: “Heartbroken to hear of the death of my friend and former MEP colleague #KeithTaylor. “Determined to change the world for the better. always enjoyable company Sincere condolences to his family. No cause of death has been announced.
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Keith Taylor (British politician): who was he?
Keith Richard Taylor, a member of the Green Party, served as the organization’s spokesperson for animal rights from the time of his retirement in 2019 until his death on August 1, 2022. He was the MEP for South East England.
From August 2004 through November 2006, the seasoned Green politician served as one of the two Principal Speakers of the party.
After garnering 22% of the vote in the Brighton Pavilion constituency at the 2005 General Election, Taylor later rose to recognition as the Green Party’s most successful parliamentary candidate in UK history.
Taylor, the next candidate on the Green list, was selected to the European Parliament to sit with the Greens-European Free Alliance when Caroline Lucas resigned as an MEP after being elected as the Brighton Pavilion MP in the 2010 general election.
Taylor owned a small business and resided in Brighton before joining the Green Party.
Taylor joined the Green Party as he “took up community involvement against an unsuitable local development.”
Taylor took part in the BUDD campaign to stop the construction of the New England Quarter, which is located next to the Brighton train station.