The Politics of Electoral Reform in Britain

@inproceedings{Norris1995ThePO,
  title={The Politics of Electoral Reform in Britain},
  author={Pippa Norris},
  year={1995}
}
The debate about electoral reform in Britain has experienced periodic revivals, as critics have challenged the established system of first- past-the-post. The debate has revolved about how British elections trans late votes into seats, and how representative elections should work: whether priority should be given to the principle of strong government or "fairness" to minor parties and social groups. The article concludes that despite a heated debate, prospects for reform are uncertain in… CONTINUE READING

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