Simon Renwick tries to understand the strange hypocrisies of modern electorates.
In mid-April 2012, surveys released by a number of polling organisations suggested that, were a general election to take place, the UK Independence Party (UKIP) would receive more votes than the Liberal Democrats, and take their place as the third party of British politics.[i] Subsequent
This article by Patrick English takes a look at the history of the British Parliament and what clues it gives to the problems it faces today in attempting to fulfil its duty of representing the electorate.
Nicole Froio believes that it was John Lennon that inspired hundreds of thousands of people and that Lennon was full of enthusiasm for peace even if they were not all successful.
Patrick English outlines criticism from a debate recently raised at an Exchange event at the University of Sheffield Union of Students
Written by Joe Williams.
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.
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