So says Bernard Jenkin on Conservative Home, to which one has to say: "Aaahhh - poor things"!
The immediate question to be asked is why then, if they are not prepared to become more vocal in their frustration and take the fight to Cameron, they still remain within the umbrella of their party? Of course with this particular Member of Parliament, I am not suggesting that a constituency in which he holds a healthy majority of 11,447; and therefore would appear to have a job for life, has anything to do with it - of course not.
It does raise doubts though with regard to political beliefs, that MPs remain within a party with which they have many serious disagreements about policy. In respect of the Conservative Party there are MPs who believe in self-government for Britain; who believe in true local devolution of power, yet remain within a party led by a Europhile, someone who also believes in central state control despite protestations to the contrary; who are against the "Liberalisation" of their conservative principles, yet accept this process - seemingly without too much public protest.
I have never been able to get a satisfactory answer to this conundrum - readers may have one?