The only thing Jack Agnew dislikes as much as Russell Brand is democratically supporting a neoliberal system.
Alex Lumsden analyses UKIP’s woes and what Nigel Farage can reasonably expect come the general election.
Gregory Pichorowycz contents that the UK requires much freer elections, and the only way to solve this is by changing the mode of electoral system for elections
After the humiliating defeat of the Alternative Vote last year, you might think that supporters of electoral reform should keep quiet. After all, only 32% of the 42% of the electorate who bothered to vote actually supported changing the electoral system. Some may argue that
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.
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
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.
Article by Ellie Neves.