The Right Honourable
|Chancellor of the Exchequer|
|Chairman of the Liberal Party|
|Crisis Committee Representative|
February 2017 - March 2017
|Member of Parliament|
|Residence||London, United Kingdom|
|Political Party||Liberal Party|
Early Career (May 2016 - November 2016)
Conceited joined the Liberal Party in May 2016 and spent his first couple months in the party more or less on the backburner. In February, after the resignation of thehistorybore, he contested in an election for Deputy Leadership of his party against Paracosm, Titancream and Joecphillips. Paracosm had won the election triggering a consecutive election for Chair, his previous role.
Chairmanship (November 2016 - Present)
As Chairman, Conceited is the third highest-ranking member of the party after PetrosAC and Paracosm respectively. He ran as the only candidate following a previous election where members had withdrawn their candidacy. He won the majority and currently serves as an MP and Transport and Infrastructure spokesperson.
First Leadership Election (April 2017)
After Adam9317 resigned as Speaker and Petros's subsequent candidacy, a leadership election was triggered within the Liberal Party. The two candidates for this election were Conceited and LifeIsFine. Neither candidate won the election with the party voting to re-open nominations. The leadership election following that was contested between Paracosm, Hazzer1998 and Mr T 999 with Paracosm winning emphatically.
Cabinet Role (July 2017)
At the 25th General Election in 2017, the Liberal Party had managed to gain 8 seats under the leadership of Paracosm. The Liberals then entered a coalition with Labour and the Socialists . After delibirations within the party and discussions among the new coalition partners, Conceited had decided to put himself forward as Chancellor of the Exchequer which his party agreed to. He now serves as Chancellor of the government and subsequently an MP.
With the help of his party members, MHoC members and other relevant persons, Conceited has created the following legislation: