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    Cameron appoints more of his cronies to the House of Lords

    Among the cronies elected are Douglas Hogg who claimed expenses for the cleaning of his moat
    Each new member elected to the house of lords costs the tax payers approx £120,000 a year
    More cronies elected were special advisors to Downing street
    The gravy train rolls on for these self serving privileged people
    The SNP has quite rightly called the list "a sorry list of rejected politicians,cronies and hangers on with big chequebooks"


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    We have invaded countries to give them democracy, and yet we do not even have it ourselves. A party gets a majority in the main house with 36%, and the next house is a bunch of unelected mates. Democracy my
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    Always been the same under any goverment


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    Quote Originally Posted by les_taxi View Post
    Always been the same under any goverment
    It hasn't. Rules and boundaries have been constantly changed.
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    As if it would have been any different under labour


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    Quote Originally Posted by les_taxi View Post
    As if it would have been any different under labour
    Yes you are right

    This whole system stinks and its about time something was done about

    Any party donors should be automatically bared from being appointed to the house of lords

    Back room advisors at downing street should be excluded also

    We pay for this lot and it makes a mockery out of democracy

    Jeremy Corbyn has stated that under him no one would be elected to the house of lords


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