Boundary review: Peter Bottomley and Lord Rennard on seat changes

Liberal Democrat Lord Rennard said the boundary review changes could have been made "in a better way" and people will wonder why it had to be carried out every few years.

Conservative MP Peter Bottomley, said the changes were in the national interest, would be cheaper and could make MPs behave better.

While former ambassador Sir Christopher Meyer compared the number of representatives in the UK and US.

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