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Mick Antoniw’s Warning Shot

A reasonable test for a properly functioning democracy might be whether its electoral system and political parties are capable both of delivering a government with a working majority and of creating the possibility of different parties forming that government. The belief by many in the Labour party that they should only form a coalition if … Continue reading

Guest blog: Yes to AV – Peter Black

In a guest blog post for PoliticsWales, re-posted here with permission, Welsh Liberal Democrat Peter Black explains why he thinks the Alternative Vote (AV) system would improve the democratic process. By Peter Black There are many problems with the current voting system. The main concern for me is that the system allows MPs to be elected without … Continue reading

Guest blog: No to AV – Andrew RT Davies

In a guest blog post for PoliticsWales, re-posted here with permission, Welsh Conservative Andrew RT Davies explains why he thinks we should keep the  first-past-the-post (FPTP) system. By Andrew RT Davies At great cost, increased complication, and with very little enthusiasm you will be asked, next month, to vote for what Nick Clegg famously called “a … Continue reading

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