Something a little longer for the weekend – a talk explaining how the British electoral system works, and in particular why some parties need more votes to get a winning number of seats than other parties:
- Tim Farron MP writes…Green Climate Fund shows this government is leading the world (Tim Farron MP)
- Opinion: Sticking up for the entrepreneurs of the future (Alain Desmier)
- Opinion: TTIP and the inversion of the Free Trade debate (John Dixon)
- Baroness Olly Grender writes…Tales from the Rochester campaign trail (Olly Grender)
- Opinion: Is the First World War a reasonable subject for a supermarket advert? (Paul Walter)
- This Golden Retriever is an inspiration to us all
- David Ward drove me to quit the Lib Dems
- Oh look, what's just round the corner from Emily Thornberry's Islington office?
- The turnout massacre: what went wrong with the Lib Dem internal elections?
- Empty homes grow in Shropshire while they fall elsewhere
- Girvan's Conscience Clause
- Farage has fallen into a trap, one straight out of Westminster
- Nice work if you can get it
- Tenants Rights
- Recycling highs
- David Evans 23rd Nov - 3:19pm
Stephen, ... and in the links at the bottom of the article.
- Nigel Cheeseman 23rd Nov - 3:17pm
Thank you, Tony, for your input. Although my family rely substantially on benefits, they are administered by HMRC rather than DWP, so my views on...
- Richard 23rd Nov - 3:13pm
In recent months we have not shown ourselves to be masters of due process in this regard. Now there is a chance to get it...
- Stephen Tall 23rd Nov - 3:09pm
(Thanks, David, typo already corrected.)
- David Evans 23rd Nov - 3:00pm
Stephen, It's Alex Folkes and he is "A Lanson boy, " a derivation from Launceston where he is councillor. And I support him totally. David
- Helen Tedcastle 23rd Nov - 3:00pm
Stuart ' A lot can change in two years' Yes. The government can move the goalposts and promote a campaign of 'British values' in the...
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