Organised Crime – MP's in the UK

MP's of all parties also get duty free drinks in the Parliament bars, freedom to smoke in the Parliament bars, will be exempt from ID cards, will be exempt from the DNA register, will have their children exempted from the Children's Register, and attempted to get all their correspondence exempted from the Freedom of Information Act.

Have you now had enough of this elite gravy train….


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0 Responses to Organised Crime – MP's in the UK

  1. Anonymous says:

    You can't smoke in Parliamentary bars, try a bit of accuarcy

  2. Anonymous says:

    It is only voluntary ban, which is regularly ignored. Both Parliament and Prisons are exempt from the legislation.
    So in terms of accuracy, I do hate anonymings trying to twist what is a clear fact.