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Britain’s Future hasn’t broken any rules – indeed, this is exactly the problem

Digital political campaigning remains as unregulated as ever...

Over the weekend, Buzzfeed reported that Britain’s Future, an obscure...

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It is time for a much smaller, proportionally-elected second chamber

Once again, the government have ignored the consensus...

The facts surrounding the dire state of the House of...

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We should know what happens at candidate selections

Political parties need to stand more women candidates...

There can be no doubt that in order to see...

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Britons living in tax havens and their UK companies have made political donations worth 5 million

Tax ‘exiles’ are funnelling money into our political...

Here’s a fairly basic democratic principle: those who pour money...

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France is the only other European democracy not to use some form of proportional representation

Is there proportional representation in France?

Apart from the UK, France is the only other European...

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ERS in the Press – February 2019

Another wild month in politics – from crucial Brexit votes...

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the way we elect MPs divides the country

With first past the post, country and city...

Far too often, debates around electoral reform are characterised as...

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Scotland's councils are too big and too distant

Scotland needs new institutions to transform our local...

Can you remember a time you were talking with someone...

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billion ads

Moving targets: What is the technical future of...

Josh Smith, Senior Researcher at the Centre for the Analysis...

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The big parties are artificially cobbled together by a broken electoral system

Brexit has drawn back the curtain on Britain’s...

In one sense, the formation of The Independent Group on...

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office of responsible technology

A new Office for Responsible Technology

Jacob Ohrvik-Stott, Researcher for Doteveryone, an independent think tank championing...

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Politics for the Many

Remaking the state: Transforming Scotland for Worker and...

How can we update the old fashioned institutions and rules...

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