|Poste actuel (s)||Député|
|Date de naissance||01-08-1953|
Keith Richard Taylor (born 1 August 1953) is a Green Party politician who was MEP for South East England and was the Party’s animal rights spokesperson until his retirement in 2019. The senior Green politician was formerly one of the two Principal Speakers of the party from August 2004 to November 2006. Taylor later gained prominence for being, at the time, the Green Party’s most successful parliamentary candidate ever in the UK, after winning 22% of the vote in the Brighton Pavilion constituency at the 2005 General Election. Following the 2010 General Election, Taylor was appointed to the European Parliament to sit with the Greens–European Free Alliance.