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Britain’s voter registration system is leaving millions on...

They’ve been called the ‘missing millions’: over 9 million eligible people...

Developments at the ERS
Aristocrats are guaranteed representation in our parliament

Hereditary peer by-elections have been paused. They should...

The House of Lords just keeps getting bigger. Following the...

Current Affairs Commentary

2020 Conference and AGM

The conference will feature a presentation and Q&A session on...

Developments at the ERS
It will require rigorous advance planning, costing and communication

It is possible to hold elections in a...

This is a guest article from Sarah Birch,  Professor of...

Current Affairs Commentary
UK Climate Assembly

What can we learn from the UK Climate...

The UK’s first nationwide citizens’ assembly on climate change came...

Current Affairs Commentary
Good scrutiny means good legislation, and good legislation pays for itself

Wales’ Parliament has long been under-resourced – it’s...

With just 60 elected members, Wales’ Parliament has long been...

Current Affairs Commentary
Newspaper Pile

ERS in the Press – August 2020

As governments respond to the global pandemic, the issue of...

Current Affairs Commentary
Abolishing the Electoral Commission would be a dangerous backwards step

Our elections watchdog needs strengthening, not scrapping

You’d think given the rising tide of disinformation, dodgy donations...

Current Affairs Commentary
Lebanese Flag

Lebanon’s confessional system keeps change just out of...

Josh Dell is a writer based in London, who has...

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Revealed: The true cost of Britain’s silent peers

There are many perks to being a member of the...

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Scotland’s loophole ridden lobbying laws are in need...

Wealth and power can get people access and influence that...

Current Affairs Commentary
Party leaders must take responsibility for ensuring greater diversity

Political parties – what are your plans to...

On first glance, the Senedd might appear relatively diverse for...

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