Who better to keep the House in Order?
It will be interesting to see how the ‘Westminster Club’ votes in electing the new Deputy Speaker of the House of Commons and especially given the list of those who have put themselves forward for the role.
Will the opposition MP’s vote for Nadine Dorries if for no other reason than given her past performance she would undoubtedly use the role for self-promotion and perhaps even to avoid being deselected before the general election?
Or will they look for someone who has a proven track record of not only speaking his mind but also in being honest in his approach to political life.
Namely Brian Binley?
Brian has already confirmed that he will be standing down at the next election which if he was the deputy speaker for the rest of this parliament would allow a fresh start post May 2015.
There is no question that as an outspoken critic of the Conservative Party Leadership and consistently putting forward sound alternative economic policies to promote growth he wouldn’t be the Chancellors first choice.
Brian’s support for small and medium size business has been a consistent theme of his approach as has his criticism of those organisations and international businesses including the banks who continue to either avoid paying tax or hold the economy to ransom.
It is an approach that is shared not only by the opposition but also many Conservative MP’s, with the exception of course of those who were previously employed by the banking sector.
So who better to keep the House of Commons in order than the MP for Northampton South?