I came across Dean Sean Foy earlier in 2016 on social media when he was campaining for a Labour candidate standing for election as a local councillor.
One thing that quickly became clear was Dean was a very enthusiastic young Labour Party supporter.
He worked tirelessly on social media and in his local area delivering leaflets and knocking on doors sharing images on social media along the way.
It was also obvious he has a sense of humour but is at that intense age in life; a period many of us older people would love to recapture.
He threw himself into his election campaign body and soul but he was unlucky and his candidate failed to get elected.
Still Dean is not a quitter and he was soon campaigning with a passion for the UK to stay in the EU.
In the run up to the referendum June 23 he worked his socks off trying to persaude people to vote to stay in the EU.
The only time we crossed words briefly was following the death of Jo Cox.
Dean was so caught up in the referendum and the importance of the country remaining in Europe that he continued campaigning when the Labour Party had called a brief halt as a mark of respect to Mrs Cox.
We spoke on messenger and Dean told me he would stop campaigning but resume as soon as allowed.
There was no malice just the enthusiasm of a young person with a strong belief; a young man who was worrying that time was running out and the majority of the electorate would vote leave.
Ultimately he was right to worry.
The country voted to leave the EU but Dean bounced back.
He went back to campaigning for the Labour Party posting positive information and highlighting negative Tory news.
Mr Foy is also looking for work and he regularly posts updates of job interviews but has been unlucky so far. He is one of those guys who really deserves a break.
Imagine my surprise Monday evening when I read his post saying he was leaving all forums on Facebook and going to delete his page as he has been suspended from the Labour Party.
His "crime" who knows?
His FB friends rallied and although Tuesday he has said he is still very upset he has updated his timeline to say "I have decided not to remove my Page or go off any Forums but I am not happy with my Suspension it is bad really after all the hard work I have done for the Party I am not happy at all."
Opinion: Who will care that a young man who is already facing the challenge of finding work is hurt and angry, suspended from the political party he loves; and yes loves is the right word.
If you check Dean out online his passion for the Labour Party is clearly visible.
He is not a spin doctor, or university educated person. He is an ordinary young man with political energy and enthusiasm and this week he has taken a battering.
Do Iain McNicol, Labour Party General Secretary, Jeremy Corbyn, party leader, Tom Watson, deputy party leader or Owen Smith the leadership challenger care?
WE the ordinary party members will care.
And Jeremy Corbyn will care. He is fighting behind the scenes to resolve this crazy Labour McCarthy period.
Without young people such as Dean Sean Foy we the Labour Party are meaningless. We may still have our fat money backers and highly paid spin doctors but so do other parties such as the Tories.
The Labour Party is different, used to be or at least should be!
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