Should MPs lock you up for saying nothing?
On this occasion, I was happy to tell them what I thought
Should you face up to two years in prison — and an unlimited fine — if you refuse to answer MPs’ questions?
That was the question I asked in a piece published here on 4 May. I disagreed with a report from the House of Commons privileges committee that recommended the creation of a new criminal offence of failing to comply with a summons issued by a Comm…