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I’ll do it, but only if you’ll help

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Why not write to or ring your local MP (whether you voted for them or not) and ask them how they actually represent you.
You personally, as a voter within their constituency.
Ask them when they might be available to sit down and have a conversation with you.
Ask them what they have recently voted upon (on your behalf) in the commons and why.
Ask them if they are happy voting for a large bundle of policies or new laws on just one occasion and, whether they would actually rather discuss the merits of each of these individually and then vote accordingly.
Ask them what issues they would yet like to see a vote upon and how or when this might be achieved.
Then ask them again how they represent your views and whether they do feel themselves well equipped to serve you.
stuart whyte, 14 years ago.

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