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- Laurence Cox 30th Aug - 3:58pm
The problem is not the number of MPs. Even if reduced to 600, that is still well above the 427 seating places - a deliberate...
- Barry Snelson 30th Aug - 3:56pm
There might be an argument for more MPs if the Lower House hadn't sold or handed out to cronies, so many peerages in the Upper....
- Ken 30th Aug - 3:49pm
48% of the voting population is crying out for a strong pro-EU voice. If that's not a major electoral opportunity I don't know what is....
- John Mitchell 30th Aug - 3:43pm
@Al "Isn’t the referendum a once in a generation thing? Don’t you have to shut up, eat your cereal and accept the result?" I do...
- Laurence Cox 30th Aug - 3:42pm
I respect your views, Vince, but in this case I think that you are wrong. Parliament is sovereign, and if it in its wisdom were...
- Simon 30th Aug - 3:42pm
I find this debate somewhat simplistic. Comparing MPs to doctors or teachers in terms of workloads in the manner of this article in terms of...