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Darren Hughes, 30th July, 2015

Our unelected House of Lords is in dire need of a clear-out

Another month, another political controversy. In the Lords however - unlike our
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Doug Cowan, 27th July, 2015

Does Proportional Representation break the constituency link?

The constituency link is a vital part of British political life; MPs represent
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Chris Terry, 24th July, 2015

Why calls for Liz Kendall to drop out are nonsense

The rise of Jeremy Corbyn has, it goes without saying, completely shifted the
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