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Old Yesterday, 19:25   #2596
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Everyone should have the right to seek help with DWP (or any other) issues from their elected representatives without having to explain themselves:

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They are the equivalent of local councillors. Because of the voting system used, some MSPs don't really have constituents.

Regardless their support shouldn't be conditional.

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AN SNP MSP has been branded a “disgrace” after saying he would not speak up for any constituent who wanted to keep Scotland in the Union.
John Mason also said he would refuse to speak up for the people in his Glasgow Shettleston seat who backed lower taxes or Orange marches.
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Thus thoroughly failing to grasp the concept of being elected to serve your entire constituency, not just the ones who voted for you. But then this is the very bitter sectarianism we all know drives the SNP, no matter how much they deny it.
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