A British poster from the Yorkshire town of Barnsley, Lord Roem is seen by many as the man needed to bring the Labour Party kicking and screaming into the 1950s. A former student and SU leader at the LSE - he briefly moved to a researcher in the House of Lords, and currently works for London's transport authority. Roem currently resides in Southwark, where he occasionally fights crime in the mid-19th Century. Outside the forum, Roem is a fan of decent coffee, real ale and country walks, and not a fan of Doctor Who.
An active member of the Labour Party, according to Thande, he is a reincarnation of the 1950s Labour Party Leader, Hugh Gaitskell in terms of politics, though according to both off them, in physical appearance he looks like a UKIP candidate.
Roem has a personal friendship with TheDarkServant as well as Meadow. Despite very different political views (aside a mutual feeling of the need to re-nationalise the rail network) and coming from the opposing sides of the Pennines, he gets on fairly well with Basileus Giorgios and his protégé Blackadder mk 2, who he intends to use as a Manchurian Candidate-style sleeper agent to destroy the Conservative Party. Recently posted photos with Makemakean in a pub, apparently a meeting of the AH.com Society Of People Whose Physical Appearance Is The Opposite Of Their Political Beliefs.
Meadow has appointed him Deputy Leader of the AH.com Labour Party.
He is one of the founding members of The Politibrits, usually providing obscure parliamentary trivia.
He has come to dominate the Member Doppelgangers running joke with the literally thousands of 'Roem Clones' that everyone seems to encounter in their daily lives.
Since October 2013, Lord Roem is also the front man of AH.com's first virtual band, Dogs of Flanders.
Roem has become rather fond of using visual images in some of his timelines, which you can find below.