I was swept up by the LibDems after the Referendum and realise I've been a LibDem all my life. Running new businesses in computing telecoms and wireless network in between the 1980s and 2010 led me to lobby for what is now the national broadband plan. Along the way I campaigned for and fought of the Dept of Transport from putting a 4 lane highway through Saltaire, now a world heritage site, won the use of conveyor belts to an existing concrete works, instead of a new one plus lorries to extract sand and gravel from around a Worcestershire village and worked from home with a terrific work life balance at some personal sacrifices, since 1989. Politics? My judgement has been readjusted by only waking up to the populism and takeover of our way of life by lies, just before the Referendum. Now I'm determined to see through the fight back to Fairness and to a planet that will sustain my daughters and future generations until I drop and pass on the baton. I've applied to stand for county Council next year as I'm strategic in my approach to change in life. Yes, we will all change, even old gits at 67 like me, but our energy and experience will win.