One thought on “Standing up for parliament: how non-elected officials represent parliament as an institution

  1. This is a fundamentally flawed article, as it deliberately avoids all questions of corruption.

    It is, by now, beyond any doubt whatsoever, the besetting sin of our politics; and therefore the main reason for the contempt in which Parliament is held.

    So, rather than applying sticking plaster, we need to cut out the cancer, and cauterise the wound. By any means necessary, if it comes to that.

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