How can what he's doing even be legal? Last week he decided to change a centuries old precedent to allow non-amenable acts to be amenable, thus effectively changing the constitution. He did this with with no debate, giving no reasons, no way of appeal, and overriding the advice of the clerks of the common. He is clearly partisan, when the role requires strict neutrality. He drives to work with a Bollocks to Brexit sticker in his car. He was observed in discussion with Dominic Grieve who submitted the amendment a day or so before he unilaterally decided to upturn Parliamentary conventions. He did this two days after another MP was told the act was not amendable. And he's up to it again. The Times found out there's a plot to change Parliamentary procedures so that MPs' business takes priority over ministers. And apparently this is all fine with Remainers and the Government opposition. So Westminster spends three years debating Brexit with countless votes, following a referendum in which 84% of the adult British population voted, yet the speaker can get away with single handedly changing the constitution with no debate or explanation and for partisan reasons.