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(Original post by TensorTympani)
Furthermore, I was using a hyperbole of "on the other side of Scotland" to express how often she actually is in her constituency.
I wonder if you have noticed that her place of work is some 400 miles from her constituency.

Her job is to represent her constituents in the corridors of power in Westminster, not to moan about the decisions taken there from afar.
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True as long as they are able to represent their constituents it is fine, however my MP rarely ever addresses the problems of her constituents.
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The thing is that not all MPs do live in their constituency and that isn't a massive problem, in my view, so long that they're able to represent their constituents and is usually active in their constituency and getting involved with different events or talking to constituents. My MP (whom I'm not naming) lives in the constituency and is very active in the constituency which is good and he does a fantastic job unlike his predecessor.
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No. Don't even know what she does.
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In the 10 years that my MP has been in power I think I have only seen her twice before the election time.
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