Like the rest of the country, here in DeadBadgerShire we have our very own MP, and heâ€™s an absolute corker.
Heâ€™s good value for money because he doesnâ€™t seem to bother Parliament very much;
So, when he is at work, he tends to vote, so far so good.
He has actually voted on about 76% of occasions so far this year, which is about average for an MP I believe.
He takes a lively interest in current affairs, I know he does.Â When I wrote to him in 2012 about the slash and burn approach to Police Pensions, he had a firm opinion on the way forward and kindly wrote to me telling me how he felt about it.
So, there we have it, heâ€™s not a waste of space like most of them are, and he hardly has any external income to trouble us with, all he has to declare to the Register is
Payments received in my role as consultant to xxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxx Ltd, a clinical diagnostics company, of xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxÂ xxxxxxxxx. This role began on 1 August 2015 and I received my first payment on 9 September 2015 (see below). Until further notice I now expect to receive Â£4,166 a month, for an expected monthly commitment of 8 hours.Â He received an Oxbridge (or was it Uxbridge) Education where he studied for a degree in History (I assume he passed), he then went on to work for the British Leather Company in 1979, becoming Sales Director in 1983.Â He has many other achievements since within the world of leather, all of which seem to make him ideally suited for a consultancy with a clinical diagnostics company commanding a meagre income of Â£4k per month for a whole 8 hours of his time.
All in all a thoroughly good egg, no? A great public servant with the best for his electorate always in his thoughts.