What does power mean, and who holds the most of it in Devon?
When it comes to decisions over public services or how our cities and countryside will look in the future, then power remains in the hands of the traditional political institutions and big businesses, and their leaders.
A former corporate lawyer, Morris was first elected in 2010 and in that time has set up two all party parliamentary groups on Rural Health and Social Care and Business Brexit.
She has campaigned locally for fairer schools funding, planning issues, flooding, broadband infrastructure and transport infrastructure, particularly for a sustainable solution to the vulnerable Dawlish rail line.
And we all know which people get the most out of these positions of power, DONT WE?