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Electoral reform supporters in the House of Commons get organised

Great to see an All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on electoral reform up and running again:

It’s being supported by exiting electoral reform organisations outside Parliament, such as the Electoral Reform Society:

You can follow the APPG’s work via Twitter here.

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One response to “Electoral reform supporters in the House of Commons get organised”

  1. they need to make sure that the self interested status-quo lot don’t manage to water it down by mixing in all sorts of other issues, and they certainly don’t need a referendum!
    They need to concentrate on the single issue of voting reform, and to make the decision under their existing mandate on which they were all elected, – ie. to do what is best for the country(- they dodged that one with the EU referendum).
    Change the voting system and the rest of the reforms will follow.
    Maybe a constitutional convention should follow the vote change to address all the other reform questions

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