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The liebour spin machine kicks into action again and blames the mass resignations on the greed on the individual MPs who will be restricted to one MP salary plus expenses in their wilderness decades in opposition.

They cannot handle the truth that even their stalwart party members in Parliament are deserting the sinking ship due to a total lack of faith in the failed leadership, lack of direction, and abject disgust and embarrasment at what their failed New Labour experiment has done to this country and the economy.

The creature is eating itself.

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Talk about rats deserting a sinking ship

I suggest though, in an effort to cost cut that they merge constituencies and remove the number of overall MP's by a 1/3rd too.

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There is no reason we can't replace them, out of 30 Million tax payers there are better candidates for each of their jobs, just like the non dom myth about bankers

leaving the UK if we tax them too hard, plenty are good candidates who are willing to be taxed and can do it better.

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Bye bye Liebour. Thank you very little. <_<

Edited by MOP

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There is no reason we can't replace them, out of 30 Million tax payers there are better candidates for each of their jobs, just like the non dom myth about bankers

leaving the UK if we tax them too hard, plenty are good candidates who are willing to be taxed and can do it better.

All MP jobs should be outsourced to the cheapest suppliers. It's not like the MPs need to be born in the UK as most laws are imposed on us by non Brits. What difference would it make.

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Talk about rats deserting a sinking ship

Agreed. Even if I disagree strongly with someones political beliefs, I have always had a degree of respect for those that truly and passionately care about their given cause. At least I can reason/argue with them and, occassionally, change their minds. These people never had any principles (or morals!) in the first place.

This sort of mass resignation shows clearly who the gravy train riders were, doing it for the money and career, and not because they are truly idealogically passionate about all the things they claim to have been standing for all these last years. What a spineless bunch!

First sign of real irritation from their electors and they cant even be bothered to argue or fight for their seats, instead just shrugging their shoulders and sying "Ah to hell with it, its been good while it lasted".

Betcha all of the resignees have already secured jobs/positions elsewhere. Doubt it seriously any of them would resign without having thought about No.1 first.

Good riddance to them.

My only concern is that they get replaced by equally (or more!) stupid firebrand reactionary types capitalising on public anger.

Edited by anonguest

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We don't need this number of MP's anyway. Need to shrink Parliament, then start on the Whitehall machine.

British Parliament is redundent now anyway. Everything is being offshored to Brussels

Parliament will cease to be of any consequence at all in the next couple years. We'll just be a region of the EU, ruled by another collection of sociopathic kleptomaniacs, most of whom aren't even British people.

Edited by UK Debt Slave

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On the other hand...

The big losers at the next General Election will be incumbent MPs with a large expenses claim history behind them. The local press and the other candidates will home in on this and the voters will punish them. Most MPs winning next time will be new candidates with no scent of corruption about them.

So if Labour have more MPs quitting than the Tories, it could actually help Labour at the election. They're getting their stables sluiced out before the election - if the Tories don't do the same they could be in trouble.

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My only concern is that they get replaced by equally (or more!) stupid firebrand reactionary types capitalising on public anger.

One of the good things about the FPTP system is to minimise the risk of that happening. One would hope that local party selection procedures would weed out firebrands from standing for the major parties, and all they could do as independents or standing for the minor parties is to put a dent in the majority of the winner. About the only thing that could unseat all the major parties at a GE is a major local issue, e.g. Richard Taylor and the hospital closure.

So if Labour have more MPs quitting than the Tories, it could actually help Labour at the election. They're getting their stables sluiced out before the election - if the Tories don't do the same they could be in trouble.

I believe that the Tories have been more pro-active in deselecting the worst of the trough snouters, especially as Cameron has effectively handed the power to do so to the local constituencies. A clever move, IMO, and one that shows the inherent strength of the more devolved structure of the Tory party. A fiasco like the Ian Gibson business wouldn't have happened (it's left Labour having to explain why they guillotined him but there are people who did far worse still in the Cabinet, e.g. Blears and Darling), and local Tory officials will have to think carefully about whether their incumbent is likely to survive a GE in their constituency, where they should hopefully have their finger on the local pulse.

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Glad to know that their primary concern is 'maximising their earning potential' and the size of their redundancy payout.

Says it all really about their level of commitment to their constituents.

+1 . These creeps, spivs, chancers and nonsense merchants are really showing their true colours.

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Franky Boyle said Marget Beckett had a face like a haunted mirror :lol:

It's a face many in the government will be familiar with if they actually cared. Stealing, lying, treasonable filth.

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Franky Boyle said Marget Beckett had a face like a haunted mirror :lol:

It's a face many in the government will be familiar with if they actually cared. Stealing, lying, treasonable filth.

:lol: A little bit of wee came out.

She was certainly a faller at the Grand National.

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