Thursday, 29 October 2009

MPs To Vote On 'Kelly Reforms'?

David Blackburn, on the Coffee House, poses the above question, but seems to forget one aspect of the equation.

Who provides the effing money that MPs earn?

Never mind a vote of conscience - an MP's conscience being something that appears to be in short supply - perhaps MPs would care to spend some of the £10,000 Communications Allowance - a perk still extant - and actually ask their constituents by means of a local referendum how they should vote, if they are granted one?

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