Part-time MPs: Simon Reevell
Clearly Mr Reevell felt he was missing something after winning Dewsbury in 2010.
He has decided to continue with his career in the legal world whilst trying to represent the people of Dewsbury.
Instead of spending his time talking to his constituents, taking up their casework and representing their views to the Government, he decided to continue to be a barrister.
To top up his £65,738 a year salary he taught advocacy for Northern Rail, gave advice to Royal Mail and took up cases in the name of various private clients.
Do the residents of Dewsbury know their MP is only working for them part-time? How long does it take for him to answer their queries and does his hectic private work take priority over his constituents.