Fair question I suppose, but one I find really tricky. I suppose the answer is no, but I'll elucidate.
When I was little, I used to watch Prime Minister's Questions with my grandad, my mum had given me a basic grounding in who did what in the commons before I went to school, politics was always something that was talked about around me, but at the same time, none of my family were 'joiners' of any flavour. I admired the things Paddy Ashdown said when I was what? 9? 10? and had I known then how easy it would be to be a part of politics, it would have been an ambition. As it was, I saw that there were only a limited number of people in that chamber, and just assumed it would be beyond my reach at such a subconscious level that it never occurred to me. Even though my mum has always told me I could be Prime Minister if I wanted. Mums say that stuff. She also says I could win a Nobel prize.
Right now? I don't have the time. It takes years of full-time dedication to become an MP, well unless you're in the labour or tory parties where they have safe seats and can get people on those green benches with no real effort or intention of engaging with the individuals they represent.. but I wouldn't want to be that kind of MP if I was going to be one anyway! I have my daughter to raise, I have a business to run, I have a whole life lived outside politics and my membership of the Lib Dems is more a matter of moral support and interest than it is ambition.
In the future? I can't say. I don't know how I'm going to grow in the next ten years any more than I could have told you who I was going to be now when I was 19.
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