I see that the media reports that David Cameron has said that he would look sympathetically at local initiatives to tackle "deep discounting" on booze (ie cheap booze offers).
Correct me if I am wrong, but do our "beloved" MPs not benefit from access to bars in the Houses of Parliament that are open all hours, that serve "deep discounted" booze courtesy of subsidies provided by the taxpayer?
Why are MPs allowed to buy "deep discounted" booze, but not the people who elect them?
MPs are not in a position of moral superiority to lecture us on what/how much we eat, drink, smoke or snort...PERIOD!
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