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WobblyBovine
MP
JellyMilk2

Shadow Secretary of State for Education

Assumed office
May 2018
Leader of the Opposition Saracen's Fez
Preceded by cranbrook_aspie

Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer

Assumed office
February 2018
Leader of the Opposition Saracen's Fez
Preceded by RayApparently

Shadow Secretary of State for Education, Culture, and Young People

In office
December 2017 – March 2018
Leader of the Opposition Saracen's Fez
Preceded by CoffeeGeek
Succeeded by cranbrook_aspie
Member of Parliament
Assumed office
December 2017
Personal details
Political party Labour Party
Profession Politician
Ideology
  • Libertarian Socialism
  • Green Leftism
  • Progressivism
  • Cosmopolitanism
  • Pacifism
  • Secularism

WobblyBovine is a Labour MP and the current Shadow Chancellor, as well as the current Shadow Education Secretary

Early career and 26th Parliament (November 2017 – May 2018)

WobblyBovine joined the Model House of Commons in November 2017 and opted to join the Labour Party. In December he became an MP. Following the 26th General Election, WobblyBovine secured a place in the ensuing Shadow Cabinet as Shadow Education Secretary. Then, following the resignation of RayApparently in February 2018, he secured the position of Shadow Chancellor. After cranbrook_aspie took the role of Shadow Education, WobblyBovine was remembered for his response to ns_2's statement of intent. He also notably responded to Saunders16 while Saunders was still Chancellor.

At the end of the 26th Parliament, WobblyBovine called a Motion of No Confidence in the Government, quickly leading to a general election being called. This MoNC is remembered for being seconded by multiple members of the government and party leaders.

Political views

WobblyBovine is vehemently opposed to austerity and he supports increasing tax for the rich, his justification for this being that if people have the money, it should go towards less able people in society. He also supports increased funding for science and technology, believing that we should increase funding to the NHS once internal issues (such as the supply of prescription paracetamol) are fixed.