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Dark ads and dodgy donors: How the Queen’s...

There was a conspicuous silence in the Queen’s Speech on...

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In Wales, votes at 16 is one step...

As the Welsh Assembly takes a historic step towards extending...

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Voter ID checks threaten to suppress voter rights...

The Windrush scandal showed what can happen when millions of...

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Tiny shifts in votes can upset an avalanche of seats, with no relation between the national vote and number of seats won

The movement for an overhaul of Britain’s broken...

On Sunday, former Brexit Secretary David Davis wrote an important...

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The gentlemen’s agreements that have propped up how Parliament works have totally broken down

Campaigners are stepping up calls for a ‘Constitutional...

Whichever side of the Brexit debate people are on, one...

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There’s a glaring threat facing the next General...

You don’t have to opt in to your right to...

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Under STV, 71% of voters saw a candidate elected who they had given their first-preference vote t

A tale of two local by-elections: how STV...

On Thursday 3rd October, as on most Thursdays, several local...

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If neither get into the second round, all their votes will be wasted

London mayoral race: Will Rory Stewart’s candidacy ‘split’...

If there is one thing you can predict about politics...

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We must ensure that online campaigning does not remain beyond the law

At our Lib Dem fringe, panelists looked at...

With proportional representation a long-term policy of the Liberal Democrats,...

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The last year of political turmoil is the outcome of a system that has been failing for a long time

The current crisis has been a long time...

It’s easy right now to get caught up in the...

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In Japan’s last election, Abe's ruling coalition won a two-thirds majority on less than half the vote

How do elections work in Japan?

For the next six weeks the eyes of the world...

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Our constitution is just a set of gentlemen’s agreements

Why unions are getting serious about the need...

A week before the court case over prorogation reached the...

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