Here at LouisvuittonShop UK, we're stalwart fans of Jess Phillips, Labour MP for Birmingham Yardley. In fact, , after it was revealed that she'd received over 5,000 abusive posts on Twitter in the space of one weekend.
But today, we've just renewed our membership to the Jess Phillips fan club, after she delivered a powerful, but also charmingly funny speech to the House of Commons.
To put Phillips' speech in context: the government is pondering a new limitation on immigration, which could be put into effect post-Brexit.
According to certain politicians, migrants would need to be 'skilled' workers in order to be considered for entry to the UK to live and work. And in order to determine whether they are skilled or not, the government is looking at imposing a £30,000 pay threshold.
In other words, those earning above the £30,000 threshold are more likely to be deemed 'skilled' than those earning below it.
In opposition to this idea, Jess Phillips takes aim at the politicians who came up with the £30K barrier, suggesting that income thresholds have almost nothing to do with skill level.
She first credits nurses and other medical staff for their incredible and certainly skilled contribution to society, many of whom do not earn above this threshold.
She goes on, though, to poke hilarious fun at some of the 'posh' or 'rich' people she's encountered and some of the other politicians in the House of Commons at the time of her address, who have 'literally no discernible skills, not even one.'
It is a timely reminder, not just that many of our medical staff are horrifyingly under paid, but also that skill levels can have very little to do with earning power.
Watch the Twitter embed above for the full speech.