Monthly Archives: November 2014

A New Magna Carta: Constitutional Preamble Competition

As part of it’s consultation on codifying the British constitution, which is being conducted under the banner  A New Magna Carta, the Political and Constitutional Reform Committee of the House of Commons is running a public competition to find who can write the best … Continue reading

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Was the election of Police and Crime Commissioners the most expensive election in history?

This is an old post which I posted on another site following the Police and Crime Commissioner elections in 2012. Reposting here in the light of this week’s election of a new Police and Crime Commissioner in South Yorkshire.  Turnout in … Continue reading

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Excellent House of Commons Library Paper on Political Parties

This excellent note from the House of Commons library, on membership of UK political parties includes up to date figures particularly on recent rises in membership for SNP and UKIP.

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