Member of Parliament

  1. an elected member of the British Parliament: a member of the House of Commons
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  • Jeffrey Archer, the best-selling British author, member of parliament and jailbird, was renowned for throwing "at homes" featuring Krug and shepherd's pie—a flawless combination of high-low. The Host's Secret Weapon: Merciless Perfection
  • Jacques Arnold has been a member of parliament since 1987.
  • Is it possible for a sitting member of Parliament to be objective and conduct the tasks at hand on behalf of the people?
  • Duerksen said he is excluded from the rights and privileges of a Member of Parliament because he simply does not meet the definition of an MP.
  • Mangena said the understanding of the presidency was that it was possible for the president to appoint a non-member of Parliament to become a member of the Cabinet.
  • But surely in taking a position on crunch issues of key importance, the first loyalty of a Member of Parliament should always be to their electorate?
  • Masako Mori, a senior opposition member of Parliament from Fukushima, told the AP that two alternative routes would have led away from the areas identified as high-risk by SPEEDI. Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion
  • Unheard amidst this war-trumpeting was the go-slow adjuration of another of the Great Churchill's grandsons, Nicholas Soames, who was and is a Member of Parliament. James Pinkerton: The Blair Leading the Blind in Iraq
  • Our word of caution to the aspirants is to accept that the positions of Member of Parliament are limited and there can only be one person at a time.
  • Parliamentary Privilege Being a Member of Parliament during the constitutional struggle of the seventeenth century could be a hazardous occupation.
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