I was reminded recently that Iceland has a population of 338,349 with 63 Representatives in their parliament and by my reckoning that is one Representative for every 5371 people.
On top of this they also have 59 local municipalities.
On the other hand we have a population of 67,597,264 and 650 MPs making each MP responsible for 103,995.
In our second demand for Real Local Democracy we argue that local politicians , often responsible for up to 500,000 people, need real powers to run and manage things locally, like schools and hospitals, currently run from the centre.
In this way our national MPs could be reduced to say 400 as their main focus would be on Foreign Affairs and International Relations, National Security and Defence.
If this had been the case before Brexit we just might have had MPs who had some idea of what they were talking about.