Furthermore, we do not need 600-plus MPs. Let's cut this figure. Most of their work in the House of Commons appears to be undoing what was done in the past; fairly easy I should have thought.
How do they have time to do other things - farming, acting as chairmen and directors, writing for the press - if they are working 80 hours a week as MPs? And if they want pensions, they should take out their own, like the rest of us. As MPs say to the nation: if you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen. I assume this applies to them as well as to nurses, junior doctors, car workers etc.
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