Well, Lucas (the Gone) has one last chance to demonstrate that he is a true Public Servant and will represent his constituents and vote FOR the new Brexit deal.
For those who have championed his “public service” – if a four day week, a nice journey on the train (probably first class with breakfast) to London for a few weeks with similar holidays to teachers, a £78,000 salary and expenses over £100,000 and having to pay no heed to the wishes of the electorate – most people would accept this “public service”.
A true public servant is the man who is up the electricity pole in a winter blizzard restoring power supplies, the gas worker mending a leak in a water filled trench in the middle of the night, the nurse who stays at work when other can’t get in -these are true ‘public servants’ – paid just a fraction of the MP’s salary.
Oh No now you’ve done it! You will have fired up Matt, Benjamin, Tim Regency etc. all up again now :) :)
The truth is incontrovertible. Malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it, but in the end, there it is.
In too good a mood, laughing at Boris’ house of wafer thins cards falling down around him.
Farage crying that the Benn Surrender Act is being contravened by this deal, it’s a no from the DUP on a border in the Irish Sea. Minority government to be defeated again, Brexit vote split again, Johnson to be forced to ask for an extension.
Why doesn’t someone tell me more about this Brexit they think is going to happen? Oh yeah Will of the People called to say he’s out – things took too long.
Perhaps now that Ian Lucas is no longer the MP for Wrexham, we can reflect on his contribution to a recent debate in the House of Commons which will explain the reason for him not supporting the result of the referendum or the peoples vote, call it what you like. Perhaps he knew the real story all along….
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