Alixandra Halliday is a mother of three, graduate of the North West Regional College and halds a Honours BA degree from the University of Ulster. She has worked in the retail sector and hospitality sector – giving her first-hand insight into the damage to these sectors by the Covid-19 pandemic. Then, in 2017 Alixandra travelled to Greece to undertake humanitarian work helping Syrian refugees. She also works with her family’s business to overcome the challenges of Brexit.
Alixandra is a committed human rights and community activist, deeply critical of the neglect of Mid Ulster by Stormont. Despite electing the Deputy First Minister, Mid Ulster has not had the investment in jobs, housing and infrastructure that we are entitled to. Families are suffering financially, be it in terms of the cost of fuel, the cost of electricity and the cost of food. In Stormont, Alixandra will lead the fight to reduce VAT and Excise Duties, for investment in Mid Ulster, and to stand up for human rights for all.