Members of Parliament are elected to make laws. As taxpayers, we pay salaries to enable them to do that. We assign our democratic power to MPs across the political spectrum to represent our interests as a sovereign nation. In return, we expect that they will consider the views of their constituents (us) when they cast their votes.

Surely, the whole point of elected representatives is that it's their job to make laws on our behalf. It's not our job to make decisions that they could (and should) make after three rounds of debate in Parliament. Yet, more and more