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Restoring the Demos: Is compulsory voting the answer?

ResPublica's Penny Yewers examines political apathy and new models for increasing political engagement.

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Is electoral reform enough?

Following Nick Clegg's launch of the AV Campaign, Guest Blogger Simon McMahon argues that a more democratic system requires more than an extra vote

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Power to change the future

Mark Pack, the Associate Editor of Liberal Democrat Voice, kicks off ResPublica's Lib Dem Party Conference programme with a platform for reform

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AV: No BNP

Or 'How the Alternative Vote Referendum can be won'

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AV: The Only Option for 21st Century Conservatives?

Building Conservative Parliamentary Majorities in the 21st Century is going to be a lot harder. Alan Riley discusses why the Tories may need electoral reform to prosper.

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AV in Australia: Lessons for the UK

Professor Matt Qvortrup, a 'World Authority on Referendums,' adds his voice to those urging Conservatives to seriously consider the merits of voting reform

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Not Quite PR... but still Worth the Fight

ResPublica Fellow Jules Peck is excited by the possibilities of a vote on AV

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Why the Conservatives should not fear AV

The possible consequences of voting for the Alternative Vote System

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On the Shortcomings of Voting

Why electoral reform may well be necessary but certainly will not be sufficient

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A Psephological Quandry

A pragmatic view of the electoral reform debate

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Markets for the Many: Banks have a responsibility to lend to deprived communities

Peter Kelly, Business Development and Marketing Director at Unity Trust Bank, calls for a Community Reinvestment Act to drive much needed investment into under-served markets to promote enterprise, jobs and social cohesion.

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