Politicians are more likely to develop mental health problems than the public because they endure ‘hectic work schedules, cyber bulling and job insecurity’

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Politicians face a much greater risk of developing a mental health problem than the public, research suggests.

A study found MPs are 26 per cent more likely to report feeling depressed, worthless or stressed than the average Briton.

Experts have blamed this on everything from their hectic work schedules and job insecurity to cyber bullying and even a fear of being stalked.

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