- Plural of MP: Members of Parliament.
“The Evening Standard, which MPs devour from midday onwards, wrote a splendid leader rebuking ‘a small and rather unpleasant set of Conservative MPs' for their ‘worrying lack of confidence and maturity 'in their attitude to me.”
“This means Lilley is the first MP who has to decide whether a Lib Dem is an "honorable friend" (the term MPs use for MPs from the same party) or an "honorable member" (the term for opponents).”
“Perhaps the obscurity of Labour MPs is the real reason for introducing ID cards ....”
“Six-time medallist Clara Hughes thanked the Commons for inviting her team into what she called MPs realm of competitive sport.”
“Of course, even if the colonists had proportional representation in the Parliament and all the MPs from the colonies had voted nay, the Stamp Act would have still passed by a huge margin (the population of Britain being many times that of the colonies).”
“I think the best way to deal with MPs is to hit them where it really hurts …. the ballot box …”
“The plight of former MPs is not one to attract public sympathy, but they can have a hard time.”
“Secondly will it result in MPs moving to having larger allowances as well as maintaining expenses.”
“You have to firstly gain access to cocaine users, get to know them more, talk to them about their experiences etc etc – how the hell they expect to do that properly with so much publicity and given the fact they are MPs is beyond me.”
“The government says the reduction in MPs will save parliament £12m in pay and allowances.”
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