Are you getting fed up with our politicians not doing as they are told?

Then read on

Day after day on our television screens and in our newspapers, ‘reporters’ discuss the apparent impossibility of achieving Brexit because our MPs don’t want it.

All that these commentators seem to talk about are

Votes on Mrs May’s surrender treaty

Votes against a ‘no deal’ Brexit

Votes for extensions

Votes for a losers’ referendum

Votes to allow MPs to usurp the Government’s order of business

And most recently the decision of the Speaker as to what he will let MPs vote on at all.

Well, how often do these media folk discuss what the people want?

We live in a democracy, where the will of the people should ultimately decide who we can elect to legislate over how we live our lives.

As far as I am aware, neither the Speaker nor our MPs
have yet actually legislated against General Elections.

Perhaps this is being discussed in committee rooms deep in the heart of the Palace of Westminster, but at the time of writing, we are all still entitled to vote for someone to represent us. And we can do this once every five years — or whenever a Prime Minister feels she can safely extend his or her period of power.

We all still have a voice and we all still have power — let’s use it now

None of us wants to lose our source of income. This is one thing ordinary working people have in common with Members of Parliament.

Many MPs have an additional consideration. Their jobs do not only bring in a salary, they also confer power and status. This power is distributed to varying degrees depending on where the MPs stand in the hierarchy and whether their political party is in government or not.

Regardless of an MP’s individual position, however, they do not want to lose their jobs. Full stop.

So let’s threaten that.

Over 1 in 3 MPs could easily lose their jobs at the next election.

It shows how easily voters could exert massive pressure on MPs who are currently failing to support the decision of the majority of the British electorate to leave the European Union.

More importantly, it shows the power you have right now, without waiting for the date of the next General Election. Why get angry after MPs have somehow denied us Brexit? Why not look at what we could all be doing right now, to prevent the thwarting of Brexit? Seems good to me what do you all think?

Let's go for it, let's take them out one by one making sure they know there is no way they are going to keep their jobs they value so much when the next GENERAL ELECTION which is imminent after 29th of March 2019.

HOW TO TAKE OUT 1 IN 3 MPs AT THE NEXT ELECTION

Which MPs are most at risk of losing their jobs?

Let's look at the majorities of MPs from the 2017 General Election and ask how many of them could lose their jobs. Specifically, we look at how many are vulnerable to a tactical vote for the second-place candidate at the next election.

A brief look at how easily many MPs could be unseated

The vulnerability of MPs’ jobs

80 MPs could be unseated if under 1,000 voters switched at the next general election

Over 200 MPs could be unseated if just 3,000 voters switched votes in their constituencies

Cabinet ministers and shadow ministers are in the 50 most vulnerable seats

A quick bit of maths — Why is switching my vote worth double?

If you previously voted for your MP and you abstain at the next election, your MP’s majority declines by one vote.

However, if you vote for the 2nd placed candidate, your MP’s majority declines by two. He/she receives one less vote but the other candidate increases by one.

The net effect is that your MP’s majority goes down by two votes.

Many readers are outraged by the conduct of their MPs over Brexit. They wish them to obey the instruction of the electorate in the EU Referendum and execute a clean Brexit on 29 March.

The principle we are exploring is simple. How many people would need to switch votes to the second-most-popular candidate, all other things being equal?

The Most Vulnerable MPs

Below are the top 35 most vulnerable MPs to switched votes at the next election, followed by links to the tables down to the top 245. This is over one-third of the House of Commons.

Most vulnerable MPs 36–70

Most vulnerable MPs 71–105

Most vulnerable MPs 106–140

Most vulnerable MPs 141–175

Most vulnerable MPs 176–210

Most vulnerable MPs 211–245

Some readers may feel that all MPs who are disrespecting the decision of the British people at the EU Referendum should be voted out. The above tables merely show the most vulnerable. So target those GET THEM OUT, teach the others that if they ever defy the people again they will get the same treatment.

Remember these MPs work for you. You don't work for them as such you have the ability to SACK THEM IF THEY DISOBEY ANY ORDER THAT AS A EMPLOYER YOU GIVE THEM. THIS INCLUDES ANY PRIME MINISTER.

ITS TIME TO SEND A MESSAGE TO THEM THAT THEY HAVE NOW OUTLIVED THEIR USEFULNESS TO OUR NATION. THAT IT IS TIME THAT THEY MOVED ON WITH THEIR LIVES. THAT IT IS TIME THAT WE EMPLOY FAR BETTER, FAR TRUSTWORTHY MPs THAT HAVE OUR NATIONS INTERESTS IN THEIR HEARTS.

IF BREXIT HAS SHOWN US ANYTHING SINCE 2016 IT IS THE FACT THAT IT’S DRAWN OUT INTO THE OPEN SOME OF THE WORST TREACHEROUS MPS THAT OUR NATION HAS EVER SEEN THAT HAVE NOT OUR NATIONS BEST INTERESTS BUT THE INTEREST OF THE EUROPEAN UNION.

TIME FOR THEM TO GO.

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Sir Ron Harrison

Sir Ron Harrison

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What is life without a little controversy in it? Quite boring and sterile would be my answer.