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As an MP he took part in a World in Action documentary during 1984 requiring him to live in Newcastle for a week on £26.80, the then state social security payment set for a single adult by the government he supported as a Conservative.
Parris has written scathingly about the localism agenda, and was a long-time defender of the yah-boo politics of PMQs, although he recently changed his mind." In 2007 Parris wrote an attack on cyclists, suggesting piano wire traps to decapitate cyclists.
"A festive custom we could do worse than foster would be stringing piano wire across country lanes to decapitate cyclists." Parris mocked the initial 2015 leadership election for the Labour Party.
Referring to recent rule changes under Ed Miliband, which meant that any individual who donated £3 to the Labour Party could vote in its leadership elections, Parris said in August 2015 that he had attempted to register all four of his llamas as supporters, "as they wished to vote in the leadership election, having been caught up in all the media fuss".
In 1991, a compilation of his pieces in The Times appeared, entitled So Far, So Good. Scorn, a book he has edited of quotations about curses, jibes and general invective, was published in October 1994.
His success has been as a parliamentary reporter, due to his knowledge and understanding of politicians and ability to express this well.
The start of his career was overshadowed by a letter that he had written to a council tenant on behalf of Margaret Thatcher, which became featured in Labour Party election publications. Parris eventually left politics to pursue a career in journalism.
Parris is now a radio and television presenter and pundit.Parris is the eldest of six children (three brothers and two sisters) and grew up in several British territories and former territories: South Africa, Cyprus, Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe), Swaziland and Jamaica, where his father was working as an electrical engineer.His parents ended up working and living in Catalonia, an autonomous region of Spain, where Parris later bought a house.He eventually joined the Conservative Research Department and moved on to become correspondence secretary to Margaret Thatcher.He was awarded an RSPCA medal (presented by Mrs Thatcher, then Leader of the Opposition), for jumping into the Thames and rescuing a dog.Parris was educated at Waterford Kamhlaba United World College of Southern Africa, an independent school just outside Mbabane in Swaziland, followed by Clare College, Cambridge, from which he gained a first class degree in law and where he was a member of Cambridge University Liberal Club.