Despite the Paterson Case, Our MPs Are Less Dishonest Than We Assume
November 09, 2021
Summary: Transparency is the problem. What was intended to be a guarantee of good behaviour—that transgressions would be uncovered and punished, and hence deterred from happening in the first place—has turned into a production line generating a succession of scandals.
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