29 May 2018
Lembit Opik is a former British politician. A member of the Liberal Democrats, he served as a member of parliament (MP) representing the constituency of Montgomeryshire in Wales from 1997 until he lost his seat at the 2010 general election. He was the leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats from 2001 to 2007.
He is not only an MP, but a celebrity, a BBC broadcaster and a member of Icon Relocation’s Advisory Board. He has appeared several times on the BBC satirical current affairs quiz show Have I Got News for You, as well as Question Time and Any Questions. Away from politics he has also appeared on Stand Up for the Week, Al Murray’s Happy Hour, All Star Mr and Mrs, Bargain Hunt Famous Finds, Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway and Come Dine With Me, Celebrity Juice and I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!. Mr Öpik also appeared in a cameo role in Panto in Fulham, helping to raise money for the charity Help For Heroes.
Our CEO, Simon Johnston interviews Lembit on the relocation industry as Lembit has lived in six continents namely: America, Turkey, Australia, Nigeria, China and Mexico and a frequent business travel.
To view our interview see here:Lembit Opik