The way we elect our MPs is bad for voters, bad for governance and bad for democracy.
Voters in England and Wales are being let down by their local democracy.
If people vote on our laws, they should be elected by the British public: that’s democracy.
Scottish 16 and 17 year olds can vote while their peers across the border are still disenfranchised.
Women’s representation is still shockingly low at almost every level of government.
With only 60 AMs, Welsh democracy is overstretched. But how how might a larger Assembly be elected?
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