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How to do Constitutional Reform Totally Wrong

According to ITV: The Political and Constitutional Reform Committee has unanimously agreed to recommend: Online voting (including on smart phones) Quicker ways of registering to vote (including on the day of an election) A huge programme of devolution as well … Continue reading

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The Liberal Future: Direct Democracy vs Representative Democracy

This is something I’ve talked about here before, but only in comments, and it’s a subject that keeps coming up, so I thought I’d better make it a main post. My single biggest political issue, the one I care about … Continue reading

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Lordy Lordy Lordy

“If two monkeys want the same banana, in the end one will have it, and the other will cry morality. Who gets to form the committee to decide the rules that will be used to determine what is ‘fair’? Whoever … Continue reading

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