We are the state's representative in our constituencies and we should not be frightened of taking decisions on behalf of our constituents, because that is to the general good.
No, no, and thrice no, you hideous, authoritarian little shit—you have got it entirely the wrong way around. You are supposed to be your constituents' representative in Parliament: you are supposed to represent their views to the state, not the state's views to them.
But is anyone surprised at this statement?
It is simply a confirmation of what your humble Devil has been saying for years: that these bastards have forgotten that they—and the state—are supposed to be our servants.
Barron's comment simply confirms the fact that all of these bastards instead consider themselves to be our masters and we—the people—are just rolling over and letting them dominate us.
To this repulsive collection of fascists, we are simply cash-cows—a source of funds to be milked until we die—so that they can carry on buying themselves houses and stuffing first class pies into their engorged stomachs. And, when we are no longer productive, these fuckers usher us through the slaughterhouse door...
Britons never shall be slaves? Don't make me fucking laugh: we already are...