That made me think about MP's in general. I struggle to find any that could be described as 'strategic thinkers' or altruistic, and could be accused of looking beyond the immediate future, the next election, and the safety net of their salary and perks. Frank Field, Kate Hoey and the late Paul Flynn perhaps?
I note also that the late Robert Maxwell whose pedigree abounds with crooks made a beeline for the House of Commons in the 1960's. The urge to perform 'public service' is strong in such people. (sarcasm). I'm reading Crick's biography of Jeffrey Archer at the moment. He also had a strong urge 'to serve'. That'll open your eyes as Fred Kite would say.
Born to be mild. . .
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