Why Geoffrey Cox should stand firm
We would all be the poorer if being a backbench MP became a full-time job
I hold no brief for Sir Geoffrey Cox QC MP. I hardly met him when he served as attorney general from July 2018 to February 2020. But if the Labour party’s latest attack on him forces him to resign, we shall all be the poorer.
Labour’s deputy leader, Angela Rayner, said yesterday:
You can be an MP serving your constituents or a barrister working for a tax …