AV Myth: "It's Too Complex"

AV Myth: “It’s Too Complex”

This post is part of a series on The Atlernative Vote Referendum on May 5th. The “No” camp claim that AV is too complicated: Putting an…

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Vote Yes to AV on May 5th

Vote Yes to AV on May 5th

I’m not happy at all that the once-in-a-generation choice we’ve been given to change our broken voting system is whether or not we move to…

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Our Voting System is Broken

Our Voting System is Broken

Back in May last year, my hopes were answered when a hung parliament was returned by the electorate. I argued then that our electoral system…

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I remember...

I remember…

I’m astonished that after what Obama has accomplished (not enough, but still significant despite blocking tactics by the Republicans and some eejits within his own…

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Pope Benedict early years

The Pope: A very British welcome

There are some days I wish I lived somewhere other than the UK. The weather’s a bit rubbish, for starters. Today is a day of…

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Deus Ex: Human Revolution

Deus Ex: Human Revolution

I was a massive fan of 2000’s Deus Ex. Set in a dystopian world during the 2050s, the central plot follows rookie United Nations Anti-Terrorist…

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Unelected Prime Ministers

Unelected Prime Ministers

Right now, the mainstream press supports the Conservatives, with the exception of the Guardian, Independent and Mirror. Alongside talk radio and TV, there’s much talk…

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Let's get a few things straight...

Let’s get a few things straight…

29.6 million people voted in the General Election. That’s approximately 65% of the electorate. Of those 29.6 million, 10.5 million voted for the Conservatives. That’s…

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