22-Year-Old Left-Wing Lawmaker Stumped After He’s Asked About His Experience for the Job

22-Year-Old Left-Wing Lawmaker Stumped After He’s Asked About His Experience for the Job

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The youngest among an assembly of lawmakers was not too happy when asked about his experience for the job.
The showdown occurred during an interview of the United Kingdom’s new 22-year-old Labour MP, Sam Carling, on Sunday.
The Labour Party is one of the left-wing parties making up Parliament.

Carling was asked about his experience while talking with hosts on the BBC morning program, “BBC Breakfast.”
Host Roger Johnson first broached the new lawmaker’s experience, or lack thereof.

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22-Year-Old Left-Wing Lawmaker Stumped After He’s Asked About His Experience for the Job

“One of the criticisms of MPs is that many of them don’t have real world experience,” Johnson said. “At 22, can you really offer real world experience and — to bring that …

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