Should MPs dress like racing drivers?

Martin Cloake
Lewis Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton

Elected representatives should "wear the logos of all the banks, investment banks, insurance companies and real estate firms they're taking money from", just as racing drivers such as Lewis Hamilton (left) wear the logos of their sponsors on their working clothes. That's the view of Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times columnist Thomas L Friedman, who floats the idea "borrowed from the blogosphere" in an attack on political donations.