Talk:Harry Quick

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Other articles do not open by declaring what faction a member identifies with. Harry Quick intends to retire at the next election, there is a paragraph detailing which faction he is identified with. Last year when he announced his retirement quick claimed to Stateline "I was presumed to be a member of the left faction, however I don't see my self as a member of any faction" he also claims he doesn't like factions. I don't think this article should be opened with "He is a member of the socialist left faction" Kyle sb 04:34, 16 March 2006 (UTC)