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ACT Leader Extends Best Wishes to English

Published: Tue 13 Feb 2018 12:29 PM
ACT Leader David Seymour has extended his best wishes to Bill English and has congratulated him on his career in politics.
"I want to thank him in particular for his support for charter schools and his commitment to engaging disadvantaged students who had been failed by state schools.
"Bill English is one of those rare MPs who comes to Parliament to studiously improve our country's public policy.
"He will be a loss to Parliament", says Mr Seymour.

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