Who says Keir starmer the most?

The most recent mentions of the exact phrase Keir starmer, grouped by speaker name.

Occurences Speaker Date range
838 Headings, procedural text, etc. Feb 2009 – Jul 2020
8 David Ford (Alliance) - Member, Panel of Chairs Dec 2014 – Jun 2015
3 Basil McCrea (NI21) Oct 2010 – Jun 2015
2 Jim Allister (Traditional Unionist Voice) Nov 2013 – Oct 2016
2 Nigel Dodds (DUP) - Member, Northern Ireland Affairs Committee Oct 2014 – Nov 2018
2 Ian Paisley Jnr (DUP) - Member, Panel of Chairs; Member, Northern Ireland Affairs Committee Nov 2017 – Dec 2017
1 Colum Eastwood (Social Democratic and Labour Party) May 2015
1 Alex Attwood (Social Democratic and Labour Party) Dec 2006
1 Leslie Cree (UUP) Jun 2015
1 Sammy Wilson (DUP) Nov 2018
1 Tom Elliott (UUP) - Member, Panel of Chairs Jun 2016
1 Alan McFarland (Independent) Dec 2006

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