Patrick English outlines criticism from a debate recently raised at an Exchange event at the University of Sheffield Union of Students
This article is about the suitability of the British constitution for hung parliaments and coalition governments, and the reforms necessary to better accommodate coalition government in future.
Written by Joe Williams.
This article looks at the British relationship with the monarchy and finds that although the majority of people in Britain support the monarchy, recent polls suggest that there is a serious public want for reform. However, these have been slow coming in parliament
It seems logical that an elected second chamber would improve the British political system, but more elections do not equal a better democracy. James Bowater argues that electing peers will cause damage to the House of Lords, the government and British democracy.
Dr David S. Moon, academic at the University of Sheffield, outlines why a ‘no’ vote on 05 May will help British democracy.
Dr Alistair McMillan argues the case for AV. Dr McMillan is Senior Lecturer at the University of Sheffield.
Written by Jordan Marshall.
Written by Eleanor Corcoran