Interesting, thanks you two. I don't think that would work here. Politicians cannot seem to get past their ingrained partisanship.
Parliament loses right to run its affairs
Parliament loses right to run its affairs as Speaker Michael Martin resigns - Times OnlineParliament was forced to surrender its ancient right to run its own affairs on a momentous day in which the Speaker, Michael Martin, paid for the scandal over MPsí expenses with his job.
The Prime Minister announced that the financial affairs of MPs would be taken over by independent regulators. The Commons Fees Office, which approved the expenses claims that have brought the political system into gross disrepute, will be abolished.
Gordon Brown said that Westminster would no longer operate like a gentlemenís club, making its own rules, and said that the moves would change centuries of history for Parliament.
About damn time but i still want Hazel
What does MP stand for, please?
"It is written in the eternal constitution that men of intemperate minds cannot be free. Their passions forge their fetters." - Edmund Burke