As we try to make sense of the events ahead, I’m struck by this argument:
Parliament should not be treated as a plaything, that lives or dies at the Prime Minister’s pleasure; …elections should not be rigged to the governing party’s advantage, in timing as in any other respect; …the public should not be deprived of fair and open competition among the various contenders for power.
From a blog post about the wisdom of parliamentary solutions to confidence crises.
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