In the podcast, he raises the very salient point that a child can leave school entirely unaware of the mechanics of parliament, and even worse, that it is technically possible to achieve a degree in politics without understanding this!
However, I wonder if that is really our fault. Politics has become so complex and so remote, elections have become so irrelevant, lawmaking has become so profligate and politicians so dissociated with the rest of us, is it really a surprise that no-one considers the mechanics of parliament relevant?
Perhaps if politicians stopped making a gazillion hectoring laws, perhaps if their election manifestos meant something, perhaps if the Westminster bubble didn't exist, people might actually give a shit enough to learn these things for themselves.
Perhaps if the language of politics was more honest and if politics wasn't such a pathetic, obscure farce, people would be more inspired to pay attention.
In other words, Mr Squeaker, the problem is not with schools and universities and the people you claim to serve or anyone- or anything else.
The problem is cunts like you.