Not the individual

SO another councillor changes his allegiance. He was voted into the position of councillor by electors who voted for Lib/Dems. If the residents wanted a Tory councillor, C Havill would not have been elected. How can it be democratic when each party has

SO another councillor changes his allegiance. He was voted into the position of councillor by electors who voted for Lib/Dems. If the residents wanted a Tory councillor, C Havill would not have been elected. How can it be democratic when each party has its own policies. Voters vote for those policies and then the elected representative crosses the floor to a new set of policies? No wonder the electorate has no time for politics, and no inclination to vote. It's about time a law was passed to hold a re-election if any member changes to another party. It's the people that count, not the individual.P J MAIN - Axe Close, Weston


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