At the general election, the Conservatives won an absolute majority of seats in parliament, despite winning just 37% of the vote. In Scotland, meanwhile, the SNP took 95% of the seats, despite winning "only" 50% of the vote.
How do you solve this problem? Do you -
a) Introduce proportional representation?
b) Leave things as they are, but demand that an MP from a minority party who has committed serious wrongdoing should be allowed to stay in office, to avoid making the problem marginally worse? Oh, and describe the people using the law of the land to hold that MP to account as a "lynch mob" who are trying to destroy political pluralism?
If you're Michael White of the Guardian, the answer is b) all day long.