About myself: I first became a party member in 2016, but I had supported the party for around 2
years before that. Joining the party coincided with me joining the Lib Dem society at the
University of Southampton, where I study Physics. I am currently the LD society’s Treasurer, and
I am on the executive of the Southampton branch of the party, which is running several Young
Liberal candidates in the May local elections. My experience in the party has made me passionate
about furthering its cause. Causes I care about most include the environment, Britain’s future
relationship with the EU, civil liberties and UK-wide decentralisation of power from Westminster.
Potential future EYL structures:
• An elected chair to assist with a skeletal
network of regional branches;
• A more powerful executive, distinct from
the regional branches;
• Abolish EYL entirely and devolve all
responsibilities to the regional branches;
• Status quo.
Like what you hear?
I’m also running to be an
ordinary exec member! In
this position, I would like to
push for the same
mentioned here, albeit in a
different executive position