The frustrating life of backbenchers


Backbenchers (Sean Kilpatrick CP).jpgYou rarely see them stand up during question period or get chased by reporters. But backbenchers make up the majority of Members of Parliament, and their role isn't always easy to accept. The division between the front and back benches can lead to some tension within a party. The CBC's Julianne Hazlewood explores the realities of being a backbencher.


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