How Authoritarian Is Your MP?

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  1. http://rank.libdemvoice.org/ranked/

    Have a look at how much your MP likes to stick their finger into the pies. No surprises which party the top 338 authoritarian MPs all belong to…

    As for me:
    Andrew Lansley - South Cambridgeshire - Conservative - 3/100
     
  2. Mine is a Labour minister of state.
    He scores 90/100. He is 10 down because he was absent on one of the occasions measured.
     
  3. Steve Webb..wetter than a stick of celery. 3/100. Burn him.
     
  4. Adam Afriyie 3/100. I am almost certainly voting for him due to his expenses ranking.
     
  5. Justine Greening - 6/100 whatever that means, but a serious top lady MP.

    'StickyEnd' AA is an excellent man and MP.
     
  6. Stephen Byers - 69/100
    North Tyneside | Labour |

    Gobby Blairite... Fortunately he's standing down.
     
  7. Justine Greening - 6/100, whatever that means, but a serious top lady MP.

    'StickyEnd' - AA is an excellent man and MP.
     
  8. John Barret
    Edinburgh West
    0/100

    I've been in-undated with his fecking flyers. cvnt!
     
  9. LibDem MPs are ranked as least authoritarian on average by... LibDem Voice, surprisingly enough.

    Things that make you go, 'hmmm'.
     
  10. Seems so. I expect he will keep his seat.
     
  11. Tom Harris, Labour candidate in the Glasgow South constituency.

    Probably the most right wing fascist in the Labour Party.

    Told a hall full of people at a hustings meeting on Sunday night that they were all wrong and he was right.

    Arrogant tw*t.
     
  12. Tom Harris, Labour candidate in the Glasgow South constituency.

    Probably the most right wing fascist in the Labour Party.

    Told a hall full of people at a hustings meeting on Sunday night that they were all wrong and he was right.

    Arrogant tw*t.
     
  13. Yet they rank Labour as the most authoritarian by far and the Conservatives as pretty much similar to themselves. That would indicate a reasonably fair use of data.

    The strange thing, given that list, is why they would consider an alliance with the reds as preferable to the blues.
     

  14. To my everlasting shame (a mate came across it one day, and emailed me it). From back in the day when I stood where I was told, especially when the CO is behind you.

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  15. I have the egregious Joyce. Equal 59th place with yours. Same reason (but he won't have been in the constituency.)

    Though as smartascarrots says, do we trust a blatantly partisan website any time, never mind during an election?