ERS submission

Posted on 27-06-19 by Electoral Reform Society A Number of votes: 0 | Number of comments: 1

The Electoral Reform Society is an independent campaigning organisation working to champion the rights of voters and build a better democracy in the UK.

There is a huge opportunity for a political party that seeks to give power to the many by overhauling Westminster's broken, centralised structures.

For too long, Westminster's political system has been for the few and by the few. With millions of voices excluded from the conversation, the interests and concerns of the UK's nations and areas outside of London have been pushed to the margins.

Attached is the Electoral Reform Society's submission to the Justice and Home Affairs policy commission suggesting ways of improving UK democracy so it works for the many.

 

Referring to: Justice and Home Affairs

The Justice and Home Affairs Policy Commission examines Labour thinking on issues such as policing, the justice system, immigration and asylum, political and constitutional reform and Brexit.

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