Retired peers will now be allowed the privilege of returning to parliament to eat in the Lords’ exclusive restaurant.
We’ve only just started having the concept of retired peers. Before this they were there for life – meaning they could go eat in the restaurants and claim £300 in expenses for doing so.
Sigh, so much fuckwittery out there, so much fuckwittery.
So, to a question I don’t know much about. Things like Oxbridge colleges. Do they make a distinction between “being employed” as in being paid and “enjoying dining rights”?