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Harriet Harman

Harriet Ruth Harman, PC QC MP (born 30 July 1950) is a British solicitor and Labour Party politician who has been a Member of Parliament (MP) since 1982.

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United Kingdom

Politics

High influence

Harriet Harman on Wikipedia


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Achievements

  • A day after an islamic terrorist attack in Westminster, Harman stated: "But as an act of terror, it has failed, because we are here going about our businesses. [...] It failed because as the Prime Minster rightly said, we are not going to let this be used as a pretext for division and Islamophobia"


    2017.02.23


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  • PIE [Paedophile Information Exchange] favoured lowering the age of sexual consent broadly to four [...] The comparative moderates of NCCL backed a reduction merely to 10, so long as it could be demonstrated that consent “was genuinely given”. NCCL vigorously opposed new cornerstone child abuse legislation. In a letter to the Home Office in April 1978, it argued fiercely that child pornography should not be banned as “indecent” unless it could be shown that the child depicted had been harmed. The NCCL official who wrote this letter was its legal officer, Harriet Harman.



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  • Harriet Harman, a staunch feminist who is MP for Peckham and the leader of the House of Commons, and Chris Bryant, the openly homosexual MP for Rhondda, canvassed for votes among homosexuals whilst promising that a Labour government would implement compulsory sex education, remove a ‘free speech’ amendment from ‘homophobic hate crime’ laws and tackle ‘homophobia’ in schools, universities and public services.


    2010


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  • When asked about the genocide being perpetrated against white South Africans and why Britain hasn't done more to assist people that often times have English ancestry, Labour MP Harriet Harman stated "Pardon me, but I don't feel sympathy for Apartheid supporters...Britain is not in the business of supporting racist bastards."


    2014


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Affiliations

Tony Blair (Politics)

Ed Miliband (Politics)

Liberty (Advocacy Group) (Business)


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