A longer watch for the weekend: explanations of electoral bias

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:

* Mark Pack has written 101 Ways To Win An Election and produces a monthly newsletter about the Liberal Democrats.

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2 Comments

  • Pete Dollimore 15th Jul '12 - 9:25am

    This man should not, er, ever um, er be allowed to – let’s just get this er mouse to work – ever be allowed to er um make an interesting er um (cough) subject appear um er so boring ever um er again.

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