What are your views on the neanderthal (law 'culture') UK MPs?
I have made these points as it is my view that when the 'democratically' elected agreed to serve and represent the communities that 'elected' them (wartime rhetoric, I can bore you with the stats if you like, no, may I make my point?) they failed to attend magistrates courts to get a snap shot feel for what the challenges are (these don't need to be aired in Parliament, the UK is a tourist town) yet issues of public sector confidence by the electoriate and public sector moral are the remit of these (at best) wastes of taxpayer money. You may now applaud yourself for reading this question which, I hope, has comprehensively highlighted the ineptitude, hypocrisy, endangerment through (at the least) neglect (on occasion incitement), passionate (crap) 'political' (again long story, I'll skip it) tribalism and lack of value of democracy, or you can blame pokémon.
(Andrew St.Patrick (Deep Sky Nebulae, Future OFCOM Equity (FOE), let's face it, Foean (campaigning to remove French words from the English language, for lawyers (elected or not) to do as they are told in a transparent way and to clarify that the UK's first laws weren't written in English (reason French words are in our language), we aren't going back there, nor must the sovereign countries of FOE (formerly, because of the Yugoslav war in the 90s, Western Europe) (I could talk for miles on this subject) is away)