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Chris Rennard backs move to kill off, not just delay, boundary changes

PoliticsHome reports:

Chris RennardLabour peer Lord Hart has just tabled an amendment to the Electoral Registration Bill which would have another major impact on the timetable of the Coalition’s plans to cut seat numbers.

The amendment, which seeks to amend a clause in Section 10 of the Parliamentary Voting System and Constituencies Act 2011, declares that the Boundary Commissions reviews will not take place until….2018. Yes, you read that right, 2018.

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  • User AvatarTony Greaves 5th Feb - 10:05pm
    No-one has yet answered the underlying practical question posed. We have no safe seats to guarantee automatic election. At the next election we will have...
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    I do get the distinct impression that UKIP are once again leading the 'debate', it is unfortunate that many in other parties seem to act...
  • User AvatarPeter Watson 5th Feb - 9:44pm
    @nvelope2003 "Why is this ?" A relatively small number of by-elections is unlikely to be a representative sample. More significantly, Lib Dems are not standing...
  • User AvatarWilliam Summers 5th Feb - 9:40pm
    It is ridiculous in my view to (theoretically) promote a privileged woman with, say, a highly paid job and a private education over a man...
  • User AvatarIan Swales 5th Feb - 9:30pm
    Louise, I think you're right about the voters - that they tend not to be biased. You also say "However Lib Dem local parties can...
  • User AvatarGeorge Kendall 5th Feb - 9:12pm
    Genuine question here. If we go for AWSs, someone will have to decide which winnable seats they will apply to. It'll certainly affect areas where...