Labour Party Local Politicians (UK): Stephen Twigg, Murad Qureshi, Peggy Duff, Miranda Grell, Reg Goodwin, Daniel Zeichner, John Archer

9781155817811: Labour Party Local Politicians (UK): Stephen Twigg, Murad Qureshi, Peggy Duff, Miranda Grell, Reg Goodwin, Daniel Zeichner, John Archer

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 110. Not illustrated. Chapters: Stephen Twigg, Murad Qureshi, Peggy Duff, Miranda Grell, Reg Goodwin, Daniel Zeichner, John Archer, Lady Mabel Fitzwilliam, Mary Salisbury, Horace Trevor-Cox, Bill Taylor, Bryn Davies, Dick Knowles, Pav Akhtar, Kerron Cross, Liz Davies, Neil Fletcher, Mabel Tylecote, Helen Metcalf, Dennis Edgerley, Minnie Lansbury, Peggy Jay, Jackie Drayton, Cliff Tucker, Michael Kelly, Andrew Pakes, William Barefoot, Olive Gibbs, Phil Kelly, Ayfer Orhan, Bennie Abrahams, Mike Kinsey, Albert Bore, Sue Murphy, M. Afzal Khan, Harriet Yeo. Excerpt: Stephen Twigg (born 25 December 1966) is a British Labour politician, who has been the Labour Co-operative Member of Parliament for Liverpool West Derby since 2010. He previously served as the Member of Parliament for Enfield Southgate from 1997 to 2005, when he lost his seat. He came to national prominence in 1997 by winning the seat of then-Defence Secretary Michael Portillo. Twigg was made the Minister of State for School Standards in 2004, a job he held until he lost his seat in 2005. Twigg was educated at Grange Park Primary School and Southgate Secondary School, a comprehensive school, and at Balliol College, Oxford, where he studied Philosophy, Politics, and Economics. He became the youngest and first openly gay president of the National Union of Students in 1990 representing the National Organisation of Labour Students (NOLS). He was re-elected in 1991. On leaving the NUS he became a councillor in the London Borough of Islington, and was also Chief Whip, and briefly Deputy Leader. He worked for the UK section of Amnesty International and then for the National Council for Voluntary Organisations. In the 1997 election he was elected to Parliament for Enfield Southgate, the constituency in which he had been born and raised, with a majority of 1,433. There had been a la...

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