|Leader of the Libertarian Party|
May 2017 - August 2017
|Deputy Leaders||fleky6910 (May 2017 – June 2017)|
Connor27 (June 2017 – July 2017)
Saunders16 (July 2017 - August 2017)
|Deputy Leader of the Libertarian Party|
February 2017 – May 2017
|Preceded by||Position created|
|Known as||gcx, George|
|Political Parties||Labour Party (August 2016 - February 2017)|
Libertarian Party (February 2017 - present)
_gcx is a former Leader of the Libertarian Party.
Early Career (August 2016 - May 2017)
_gcx joined the Model House of Commons in August 2016, having been recruited to it by CoffeeAndPolitics. He stated that he was a social democrat with some right-wing views. He also expressed his support for the Nordic Model. He decided to join CoffeeAndPolitics in the Labour Party and was admitted a week later. However, he remained a completely inactive member until January 2017, when ByronicHero first put forward his proposal for a new Libertarian Party. Realising that this new party would suit his political views to the letter, _gcx expressed his interest in joining. When it became clear in February that the party would form, _gcx defected. This defection triggered the start of his MHoC career. He was soon appointed as the party's Spokesperson for Civil Liberty & Culture. Gaining popularity in his new party, _gcx was elected as the party's first ever Deputy Leader in the same month.
Libertarian leadership (May 2017 - present)
_gcx contested the libertarian leadership following Gladstone1885's resignation. He triumphed over joecphillips by 12 votes to 8. During his tenure, three deputy leaders served under him and his party was affected by Flekygate. _gcx resigned from the role in August 2017, stating that 'I am unable to provide the leadership that is required for this party to flourish'. He was replaced as leader by Saunders16.
_gcx is an advocator of the separation of church and state, expresses favour for pure democracy as opposed to representative democracy, accompanied by a minimisation of the state, and promotes non-interventionism where possible in relation to international affairs.