This year’s election could see the biggest changeover of MPs since 1945


“Head-hunters have been saying privately that MPs may have been too discredited by the expenses scandal to win decent jobs in the private sector.” If you are sacked from your present job because you were found with your hands in the till – do you seriously expect to get a glowing reference from your employer? In MPs’ case, the writer forgets, that the electorate are the employer, not the Parliament. Any future employer ought to seek references from the respective electorate via public consultation. Some of these public parasites have forgotten who put them in the position in the first place and that it is a privilege to serve the public in that position and not a Parliament bestowed right.This year\’s election could see the biggest changeover of MPs since 1945

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