Mwn (Write Back, March 13) lists a number of questions that Jim Shannon should be asking in Parliament if he is elected.
I also presume MWN thinks all Northern Ireland MPs should be asking these questions.
All I can suggest to MWN is: why don't you ask them what questions they have asked in Parliament over the last five years? It may surprise you just what some of them have asked in that time.
MWN also states that we have no politicians who stand out and none of vision on the national stage and none of ability.
If he/she is so fed-up with Northern Ireland politicians, why doesn't he/she go forward for the forthcoming election as an independent? Then he/she can ask all those questions themselves - if they get elected.
Carrickfergus, Co Antrim