Below you can read Kwasi Kwarteng's speeches and appearances in Parliament:
I am grateful for this wide-ranging debate in which we have hit many of the principle issues.
Would the hon. Gentleman suggest how, if at all, what he describes is an improvement on the regime of the Muslim Brotherhood?
With respect to human rights abuses, it is important to mention Giulio Regeni, a research student who I believe lived in the constituency
Sisi was democratically elected.
My hon. Friend is absolutely right. Something like 1 million British tourists go to Egypt every year, under normal circumstances.
The hon. Gentleman has highlighted very pithily—more pithily than I did—the key fact that Egypt is absolutely central to the Arab world.
I think my hon. Friend is right.
I beg to move, That this House has considered British support for stability in Egypt. It is a great honour to introduce this debate.
My hon. Friend makes a pertinent point.