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YOUNG TURK KWASI KWARTENG MINCES NO WORDS IN MAIDEN SPEECH TO ASSERT LABOUR IN “NEVER-NEVER LAND” ON ECONOMY!

I knew the Young Turk Kwasi Kwarteng would distinguish himself in Parliament.  I figured it might be months or years but in Kwarteng’s maiden speech he came out firing ideas.  No fluff speech here!  As ConservativeHome reports:  “I have to say—even though this is a maiden speech, I will be controversial—that to hear Labour Members […]

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EVEN MORE YOUNG TURK NEWS! SAVID JAVID IN HIS MAIDEN SPEECH CALLS FOR FISCAL RESTRAINT!

Savid Javid, the Young Turk who was a former investment banker, spoke in his maiden speech to the Commons for what he called “…sound public finances, low taxation and light regulation.”  That might have been an education enough for some MPs (let alone some constituents) but the newly-minted Javid continued after throwing a slight and […]

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MORE YOUNG TURKS! LOUISE BAGSHAWE MAKES TWO SPEECHES IN PARLIAMENT!

Seems the Young Turks are busy!  Louise Bagshawe made her maiden speech to the British Parliament in ealry June, reported by the Evening Telegraph, a newspaper in her district.  It was a fluff speech begun by honoring her predeccessor: She said: “I have the honour to follow Phil Hope as MP, and must hope that […]

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