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Dylan Macmillan  

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Macmillan
(@dylan-macmillan)
MP for North East Bedfordshire
Joined: 10 months ago
Posts: 560
10/02/2019 11:51 pm  

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1C0U_74chhIZtGfjVLUOOwHSNDQy-e8IrWGgNZkqH6eI/edit?usp=sharing

 

The two spare points can go in Press please taking my stats to 9/21/9.

Conservative MP for North East Bedfordshire
Leader of the Opposition (2014-16)

Prime Minister (2014)

Parliamentary Experience: Novice (25)
Media Experience: Experienced (62)
Policy Experience: Novice (29)


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Macmillan
(@dylan-macmillan)
MP for North East Bedfordshire
Joined: 10 months ago
Posts: 560
15/02/2019 2:49 pm  

Dylan Macmillan was born on the 11th May 1963 in the town of Bedford to Alasdair and Susan Macmillan, he is the nephew of former Prime Minister Harold Macmillan. As a young boy he attended the local comprehensive schools to middling success until he passed the 11+ and managed to get into the local grammar. Dylan attributes the Grammar School environment with turning his academic life around and giving him the tools, confidence, and drive to succeed. Dylan studied Economics and Politics at Oxford, graduating with a First before completing a Masters in Economics the next year.

Dylan worked in the Treasury as a Civil Servant throughout the Thatcher and Major years, resigning in 1995 so that he could contest the 1997 General Election as the Conservative Candidate for the new seat of North East Bedfordshire. Macmillan supported Hague, Davis and Cameron for the leadership in the 1997, 2001, and 2005 contests respectively.

Politically Macmillan is a little bit of a firebrand on some issues, fitting in with the party most of the time but on other issues such as constitutional reform he has sat outside of the party orthodoxy. In 1997 he argued in favour of Bank of England independence, when Civil Partnerships came around he argued in favour of them, and now he argues in favour of an elected Upper Chamber in the House of Commons saying that their lordships have no democratic legitimacy. He is an outspoken advocate of austerity and an interventionist on foreign policy. Macmillan is pro-reform, but crucially he is also pro-EU.

Conservative MP for North East Bedfordshire
Leader of the Opposition (2014-16)

Prime Minister (2014)

Parliamentary Experience: Novice (25)
Media Experience: Experienced (62)
Policy Experience: Novice (29)


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Macmillan
(@dylan-macmillan)
MP for North East Bedfordshire
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Posts: 560
02/03/2019 10:24 pm  

Credit to Keynes

This post was modified 9 months ago by Macmillan

Conservative MP for North East Bedfordshire
Leader of the Opposition (2014-16)

Prime Minister (2014)

Parliamentary Experience: Novice (25)
Media Experience: Experienced (62)
Policy Experience: Novice (29)


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Macmillan
(@dylan-macmillan)
MP for North East Bedfordshire
Joined: 10 months ago
Posts: 560
05/08/2019 8:53 pm  

Signing out.

Conservative MP for North East Bedfordshire
Leader of the Opposition (2014-16)

Prime Minister (2014)

Parliamentary Experience: Novice (25)
Media Experience: Experienced (62)
Policy Experience: Novice (29)


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