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No to PR and an elected second chamber

Some Conservative colleagues argue vehemently against the introduction of proportional representation for elections to the House of Commons but support an elected second chamber.  I point out to them that there is an inherent inconsistency in their argument. The fundamental … Continue reading

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Trust in politicians?

I thought I would draw attention to some interesting findings from recent academic literature.  An article in the latest issue of Political Behavior examines trust in government among British Muslims.  It finds that British Muslims are likely to have a … Continue reading

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