Last year was one of unprecedented turbulence in British politics. Although 2023 has been relatively calmer than 2022, it is clear that our politics has been left in a weakened state. The story of this...
Posted 08 Nov 2023
The political chaos we’ve seen in Westminster has given new prominence to our work – or perhaps just shone a light on its importance that many of us already knew.
Posted 22 Nov 2022
The 2022 Welsh local elections were rife with disproportional results, uncontested seats and saw a lower turnout than in 2017.
Posted 15 Nov 2022
Professor Sir John Curtice's analysis of the 2017 Scottish Local Election results and look ahead to 2022.
Posted 26 Apr 2022
While the centres of power in the rest of the UK have shifted away from Westminster over the last two decades, for England these changes have been limited.
Posted 09 Mar 2022
The Society has continued to bring the focus back to the problems of Westminster’s unjust, winner-takes-all politics.
Posted 26 Nov 2021
On 6 May 2021, the sixth set of elections took place for each of the devolved elected institutions that exist within the three nations of Great Britain.
Posted 31 Jul 2021
It’s hard to think of a more troubling year in living memory. But the public health crisis has, perhaps counter-intuitively, put issues of democracy at the forefront.
Posted 03 Dec 2020
We are calling for four priorities for reform by the next Welsh Government, and ask for radical commitments in the party manifestos ahead of the 2021 elections:
Posted 22 Oct 2020