Category Archives: Political Development / Reform

Removing a UK Government’s mandate to govern

A government that uses referendums to manipulate the country to follow what the government wishes to happen, as opposed to what the people want, should be possible to remove from power. What happens when the people of the UK end … Continue reading

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Disbanding local authorities, a cost and social saving second to none.

Why not disband local authorities? For the small increase in local unemployment there would be little loss for a great gain to society. Retain ceremonial and the most basic services related to the Town Hall and Mayoral side but for … Continue reading

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The simplest and most practical form of Proportional Representation for the UK

Treble the number of MPs for each Constituency. That simple. Allow me to expand. Every party fields three candidates for each existing Constituency. Three MP Seats are divided according to vote proportions (see governing rules below) Instantly transform our government … Continue reading

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The MP and Civil Servant of the Future

Before and even perhaps in order to facilitate the creation of a unified global self-governance system for the planet Earth, individual states will require the services of Servants of the State. This term will become the epitome of open and … Continue reading

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Avoiding future financial instability using privatised public institutions

As public perception and understanding spreads concerning the state of consumer capitalism and its glaring social failures on reaching a pinnacle of corruption and uncertainty, it is worth addressing how to counter and hopefully nurture some more years out of … Continue reading

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The rise of The WISE

If the feelings of an entire electorate cannot be determined by the interaction of the entire nation on a single day, then how is it possible to interpret and act appropriately on behalf of those people for a period of … Continue reading

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Some Mathematical Perspectives on Voting in the UK

With voting for the 2015 General Election about to get underway it looks set to be a wonderful demonstration of voter confusion. Smaller parties have an even greater chance to chip votes away from the two main parties as no … Continue reading

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