Bath's long-serving Liberal Democrat MP Don Foster has announced he's standing down at the next election.
Mr Foster, who's 66, and currently the Lib Dem chief whip, has a majority of more than eleven thousand. He was first elected in 1992 defeating then Conservative party chairman Chris Patten. Mr Foster says it has been an enormous privilege to serve the people of Bath:
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