Andrew Boff

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Andrew Boff
Andrew Boff (born 1958) is a British politician and a Conservative member of the London Assembly, elected in the 2008 election. He is a Londonwide member, representing all thirty-two boroughs and the City of London.

He is an information technology consultant and is openly gay.[1][2] Boff is a libertarian, and an outspoken proponent of direct democracy, having trumpeted the issue at London mayoral hustings and on ConservativeHome.


  1. "Andrew Boff: Making an Impression". BBC News, 16 December 1999
  2. Tony Grew, Pink News 29 July 2007