I know, this is a bit of a surprise coming from me.  Often on record for registering my disillusionment from what has happened to the political order in general, and the House of Commons specifically, I nevertheless possess a deep and practical yearning for the potential of politics and the difference it can make. Talk to people on the street and the vast majority heap their scorn on politicians and their practiced trade.  Even the most reserved personality expresses doubts.  In an anti-political era, they quietly nod in affirmation of Groucho Marx’s observation that, “Politics is the art of look for trouble, finding it everywhere, diagnosing it incorrectly, and applying the wrong remedies.” And yet … and yet we remain fascinated with it.  Even…