Boundary Changes: Should there be less MPs?
Revised proposals for the shape of parliamentary seats at the next general election have been published.
I don't know if this latest proposal effects my area or not, but in the last round of boundary changes, my town lost its own MP. We now share a MP with a neighbouring town and in my borough as a whole, we only have two MPs now serving about eighty thousand people and one of those MP's also serves a town in a neighbouring borough due to one of their MPs being axed.
Should there be more boundary changes with the intention of reducing the MPs from their current number of 650 down to 600?