Reading progress update: I've read 151 out of 451 pages.

Unspeakable: The Autobiography - John Bercow

I've just finished the part where Bercow describes the process of trying to gather votes for the election to the role of Speaker, and if true, then it seems irrefutable evidence that the two major parties in the UK clearly have very different standards by which they hold their members to account. Not only that, but public expectation seems to fall in line with this, too, being far more forgiving to one party's behaviour than the other.

It's ironic, and it's maddening.