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MPs and constituency service

The appalling death of Jo Cox, the MP for Batley and Spen, generated considerable reflection on the role of an MP.   There was recognition that MPs are generally dedicated public servants.  Jo Cox was a remarkably able and dedicated Member.  She … Continue reading

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MPs’ workload

I did an interview yesterday for Radio Lincolnshire on the issue of MPs’ constituency work.  The programme was pursuing a comment by MP James Gray that Members should spend less time in their constituencies and more at Westminster scrutinising government.  I … Continue reading

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