Very true.I’m sure there’s much good in what you say
The problem, as in a discussion about cyclists, demonstrators, football supporters etc., is that the badly behaved few taint one’s perception of the good ones. Fuelled by amplification/misrepresentation by our media who, as a group, should probably be first against the wall
An additional thought. RT may be right, there may be honest, decent, trustworthy, intelligent, hard working MPs out there. However, they undo any righteousness they may have displayed by aligning themselves with a political party, the top flight of which always prove to be the opposite.
There's little point the backbenchers being like Mother Theresa crossed with Albert Einstein, when every cabinet and shadow cabinet going back to WWII has produced examples of self serving, dishonest, undemocratic, inept, and even downright criminal behaviour.