Susan Hanley is Senior Chair of Leep1, a self-advocacy organisation for people with learning disabilities in Leeds. She is 54, lives with her sister and family, and enjoys dogs, needlework, musicals and Midsomer Murders. She has dreams of becoming an MP and loves standing up for the rights of people with learning disabilities.
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