100 days to change British democracy

An email pops in to my inbox from the Electoral Reform Society:

Today we mark 100 days until the Queen’s Speech – and the government’s last chance to change politics for good.

If you’re a blogger or a web editor you can help the campaign today by adding our countdown widget to your posts or site:

Feeling creative? Well grab your camcorder and enter the campaign’s viral video competition. You’ve got less than a minute to tell us just what you think’s wrong with politics. Not long we know! But there’s a Macbook up for grabs for the best entry – so get thinking. For more visit the competition page.

If you’ve not signed up already, the campaign is getting ready to roll out public events across the country. Visit the website for more info on how you can get involved today. http://www.voteforachange.co.uk/pages/get-involved

We’ve all heard the whispers that the government is planning a referendum. As supporters of proportional representation, now is the time to ensure that we get a system that serves the interests of voters, not just the self interest of party machines.

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