My local MP managed, as you know, to put secretary's pen to paper in response to my letter, after a mere 3 and a half months, and still managed to avoid the substantive questions (i.e. how is democracy served by limiting school policy to an electorate of 2: the head teacher and the Secretary of State for Education?).
But never mind that; clearly he's not going to engage in actual debate. What I'm waiting for now is his reply to another letter I sent him a few weeks ago. Poor Paul told the House of Commons (and again) that he's a 'victim' of electoral fraud. I asked him if he's reported his evidence or suspicions to the police, because if he hasn't, it looks like a naughty bit of irresponsible political posturing. After all, there's only been one case in the West Midlands in the last 5 years, and that was two Tory councillors in Walsall.
Time to put up or shut up, Paul.