Nick Herbert is the Conservative Member of Parliament for Arundel and South Downs. He was first elected in May 2005.
Nick played a leading role in making the case for equal marriage, launching the Freedom to Marry campaign in 2012 ahead of the successful Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Act 2013.
In June 2015 Nick helped to launch, and became the first chair, of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Global LGBT Rights.
Baroness Barker is a Liberal Democrat Peer in the House of Lords.
In 2015 Liz was appointed as the Liberal Democrat Spokesperson for the Voluntary Sector and Social Enterprise.
Lord Cashman is a non-affiliated Peer in the House of Lords.
He was a Member of the European Parliament for the West Midlands constituency from 1999 until he stood down in 2014. On 23 September 2014, Cashman was appointed the Labour Party's special envoy on LGBT issues worldwide.
Lord Cashman is a founder of Stonewall, an Honorary Associate of the National Secular Society, a Patron of The Food Chain, a London-based HIV charity and a patron of LGBT Labour.
Peter Kyle is a British Labour Party politician and former charity sector executive. He has been the Member of Parliament for Hove since May 2015 and was re-elected in June 2017.
At Parliament Peter sits on the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Select Committee. He is also Chair of the Further Education all-party group, and Co-Chair of the Southern Commuter Belt all-party group.
Stewart McDonald is the Scottish National Party Member of Parliament for Glasgow South.
Stewart was named as the SNP's Defence Spokesperson at Westminster following the 2017 General Election.
His other interests in parliament include fair work, human rights and LGBTI equality.
Crispin Blunt is the Conservative Member of Parliament for Reigate.
Crispin is currently co-chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Drug Policy Reform, co-chair of the All Party Parliamentary Humanist Group, co-chair of the new APPG for London's Green Belt, secretary of the APPG on Global LGBT Rights, and a Vice Chair of the Conservative Middle East Council.
He is a former Chair of the Foreign Affairs Select Committee and former prisons minister.
Lord Collins is a Labour Peer in the House of Lords, who was General Secretary of the Labour Party between 2008 and 2011.
He has been a strong supporter of LGBT+ equality in Parliament and society, and an advocate of the role of trade unions in securing LGBT+ rights.