Lee David Wood
He is also the editor of.
Lee David Wood was born on Tuesday 1st June 2010 in the West Midlands to his parents David and Susan. As a child, Lee made a lot of friends, whom many of which he shares a strong bond with to this very day. From an early age, he was very helpful towards other people, and always put other people before himself, this outlook & attitude on life and towards others grew throughout his childhood and through most of his adolescence.
In school, Lee excelled well in studies, and took a key interest in extra curricular activities such as joining the student council when he was 14 at his secondary school. He then went on to college, where he took a joint course in Sociology & Psychology, in which he passed with high marks. His appetite for knowledge didn't end there as he attended a university in London in order to study Political Science, where he gained a 2:1 grade at the end of his education.
He then promptly moved back to the West Midlands briefly after his studies to take a year out in the industrial sector, working for the now defunct Eco Fuels in Wales. He didn't stay in that job for too long before joining in London, and simultaneously signing up to The Unity Party to begin his career in United Kingdom politics.
Lee joined The Unity Party on Saturday 5th June 2010, where only a few days later he was appointed to the position of United Kingdom Ambassador to countries such as Italy, Poland, and Bulgaria. It was through this appointment that Lee became immediate friends with Italian official; LordCi, and through this friendship Lee has done his best to foster better relations between the two countries.
On the 16th June 2010, Lee put his name forward for parliamentary representative of Northern Ireland, not expecting to win a majority in that region due to his lack of experience in United Kingdom politics, and the fact that he was one of the youngest candidates to run for the Congress elections. However, on the voting day of the 25th June 2010, Lee was appointed Congress member for Northern Ireland, beating his opponent (and former Congress member); , by 13 votes to 12.
On the 7th July, Lee met with his superior; the Foreign Secretary Entente, at the expense of his role dealing with Poland. This was because he had shown keen interest in foreign affairs, and carried out his job amicably, which caught the attention of those within the Foreign Office that were higher up.to discuss the matter of Lee being appointed one of his Under-Ministers, but because Lee was not around at the time of application and selection, he missed out on that opportunity. However, Lee was given the role of ambassador to
Promising to stick true to his mandate, which is to represent the whole of the electorate, he aims to unite the warring factions of United Kingdom politics, and to put the great back into Great Britain.