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Marks, Michaels and Stephens have the numbers in State Parliament

Labor’s Mick de Brenni also rounds out the numbers, as his first name is technically Michael.

There are also plenty of MPs with the name Stephen – or variations of that spelling – with the LNP’s Stephen Bennett and Steve Minnikin, One Nation’s Stephen Andrew, and Labor’s Steven Miles.

The pair leading the charge from the opposition benches are both named David – newly minted LNP leader David Crisafulli and deputy David Janetzki – the only two Davids in the Queensland Parliament.

Little has changed since the previous Parliament was elected in 2017, when Mark (six), Michael (four, plus Mick de Brenni) and David (three) were the most common names, as well as the four men with different iterations of Stephen.

Female MPs tend to have a…

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