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House of Lords POLL: Should former Speaker John Bercow be handed seat in the Lords? VOTE

REMAINER John Bercow is notably absent from Boris Johnson's proposed list of new peers in the House of Lords. But Express.co.uk is asking you should the former House of Commons Speaker be honoured?

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  1. Definitely NOT, put him in the tower and throw away the key

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  2. DEFINITELY NO...HE SHOULD BE THROWN OUT OF THE COUNTRY FOR TREASON

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  3. Definitely not he’s nothing.. should not be allowed any vote on anything at all

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  4. Not a chance the dirty traitor




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  5. hell no traitorous scum don't deserve it

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  6. NO! He is a disgrace who has brought the office of speaker into disrepute!!!

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  7. THE MAN WAS A DISGRACE, THE SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE IS SUPPOSED TO BE UNBIASED, HE WAS NOT BECAUSE OF HIS OWN AGENDA, HE WAS A TRAITOR TO HIS POSITION, HE GOT WHAT HE DESERVED TO MELT AWAY IN OBSCURITY.
    TOTAL POMPOUS TWAT...

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  8. THE MAN WAS A DISGRACE, THE SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE IS SUPPOSED TO BE UNBIASED, HE WAS NOT BECAUSE OF HIS OWN AGENDA, HE WAS A TRAITOR TO HIS POSITION, HE GOT WHAT HE DESERVED TO MELT AWAY IN OBSCURITY.
    TOTAL POMPOUS TWAT...

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  9. No, he demeaned the office of Speaker and wasted hundreds of thousand pounds on his Grace & Favour home. He is a pathetic self important little nobody.

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