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Government research half of those without photo ID would not apply for free photo ID

The government’s own research shows millions of people...

This week’s Queen’s Speech confirmed that the government would be...

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The government’s figures show 1 in 10 people do not have in-date, recognisable photo ID

Voter ID: 18 leading civil society groups unite...

Leading UK civil society groups have united to challenge plans...

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Queen’s Speech: Senior Conservative brands mandatory voter ID...

The government is planning to introduce legislation that will make...

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A snapshot of the unfair outcomes under England’s zero-sum voting system

Elections 2021: Rotten boroughs are rife in England,...

We’re already seeing a plethora of rotten results – with...

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For the first time 16 and 17 year olds were able to vote for the Senedd

First time votes for 16 and 17 year...

This week we saw history happen in Wales. After years...

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Less choice, weaker mandates and reduced accountability

These government plans will hit 44m voters with less...

Millions of people went to the polls this Thursday in England and Wales to...

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Proportional representation is now firmly established across the UK

2021 Elections: Millions of voters to get fair...

Over 12 million voters have a powerful voice today, with proportional representation used...

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The Senedd has powers over education, health, economic development, public services and some taxes

How May’s elections for the Senedd Cymru will...

On May 6, more than 2 million voters will be...

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Councils dominated by single parties could be wasting as much as £2.6bn nationally a year

Local one party states are a gift for...

England is likely to see swathes of ‘one-party councils’ picked...

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Swingometer

What if? Post-war elections under the Single Transferable...

This is a guest post from Dylan Difford who has...

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Wales will be a better and stronger place for including young people in the democratic process

My 20 years of campaigning for votes at...

This is a guest post from Kelly Harris, a qualified youth...

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If you want to vote by proxy, your application must arrive by 5pm on 27 April

Who can I vote for? How do I...

May sees elections for around 5,000 seats in England, votes...

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