Parliamentarily Over-Privileged

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Geoffrey Chaucer’s original “The Miller’s Tale”, written in the 14th century, is seen as a ribald parody that alludes to cheating, swindling, artifice, chicanery and embezzlement in the Church. Today, the story of Maria Miller’s sharp practice and deception, intended … Read More

Unrepresentative First Chamber

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In May, 2015, the Conservatives secured the right to govern despite 63.1% of the national vote being cast against them. The party won 331 seats, securing a parliamentary majority of 6 out of the total of 650 seats in the House of … Read More