MPs should do the job they were elected to do

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The electorate having voted to leave the EU, surely, it is the duty of all elected representatives to support that decision and assist towards that end.

Any of those who attempt to derail that democratic decision are not doing the job they are elected to do and should be sacked.

On matters nearer to home, as we are told by our local representatives that services have to be cut in order to economise, perhaps they could try to show leadership, which has been sadly lacking, and reduce the number of ward counsellors to two per ward.

I think this should be ample, a third less wages, allowances and perks.

They should also be less prone to hiring consultants at enormous cost for no results.

J Jones