MP's being made to vote on the in out referendum according to their constituents not their own beliefs. They are there to respect our views.
In Out Referendum
Negative. Once a person is elected they have two roles, one to use their intellect and powers to run the country the best way they know and secondly to ensure that the needs of their constituents are being prperly met by government.
The referendum was clearly not as represented by the numbers of votes and has regional issues which go beyond the local constituency. for instance the Scots NARROWLY voted to stay in UK but wholeheartedly voted to stay in the EU. So would it be right to deny them the opportunity to stay in the EU?