treason – noun: treason; noun: high treason; plural noun: high treasons
– The crime of betraying one’s own country.
– The action of betraying someone or something.
treachery – noun: treachery; plural noun: treacheries
– Betrayal of trust.
– The quality of being deceptive.
All the worthless b*stards in parliament who continue to vote against the wishes of the electorate are probably guilty of one or the other.
Conservative Party, Labour Party, Scottish National Party, Liberal Democrats, Democratic Unionist Party, Sinn Fein, Change UK, Plaid Cymru, Green Party – If you live in a ‘Leave’ constituency and your MP has consistently voted against their own constituents, it’s time they were fired… General Election on December 12 is your opportunity to vote against them in the same way they have been voting against you.
(‘worthless b*stards’) – (‘Members of Parliament, Members of the European Parliament, politicians, whips, select committees, political – pressure/lobby/advocacy/protest/special interest – groups et al.’)