MPs who leave their parties should ensure that they are fairly representing their constituents by calling for a by-election for their seats and running as Independents
Why is this important?
Many UK constituents voted for their MPs because they represented the political party that they support. MPs who have left their party should respect their constituents by offering to stand in a by-election. This will prove that they are still driven entirely by the desire to fairly represent the wishes of the majority in their constituency, and not by their own agendas