The changes would see their current eighty two days summer break, or nearly 12 weeks, reduced by almost half to match the time off most workers are entitled to during an entire year.
If the changes had already been applied this may have saved the poor loves the extra work of having to claim £3,000 expenses for returning to work early to praise Margaret Thatcher in the specially arranged debate.
An added bonus of the extended working day would be they would have less time to spend brawling in House of Commons bars, and having affairs. In the long run this could save them thousands of pounds.
The current system is based on an out dated 'agricultural' approach which relied heavily on the production of huge amounts of b******t.