With this week being one of the most turbulent in modern political history you’d have thought our Brexit favouring MP would have been keen to reassure her constituents that the current government meltdown and fragile economy was nothing to be worried about. But no. Her Facebook page was last updated in November 2015 and she has only tweeted once since May.
I know she isn’t missing in action as I saw her this week on a, surprise surprise, delayed Southern train. Maybe a General Election sooner rather than later won’t be a bad thing.
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