IS BRITAIN’S ELECTORAL SYTEM FIT FOR PURPOSE ?

A lively debate in the Lords on 13 September ranged over the various concerns that many people have about the integrity of the elections and referendums we now have in the is country.

 

At the end of the debate the Minister from the Cabinet Office, Lord Young of Cookham, responded to the issue of public trust and . . . → Read More: IS BRITAIN’S ELECTORAL SYTEM FIT FOR PURPOSE ?

Government Complacency over Russian Referendum Interference

Cabinet Office Minister Lord Young has implicitly accepted Lord Tyler’s accusation that the “piecemeal approach” to investigating Russian involvement in the 2016 EU Referendum was “ potentially quite dangerous” (Tuesday 19 June).

 

Lord Tyler, Liberal Democrat Spokesperson for Constitutional and Political Reform, had referred to “the considered judgement of the Chairman of the DCMS Select Committee” on . . . → Read More: Government Complacency over Russian Referendum Interference

Expose the Hidden Persuaders

Although I had to table my Question in the Lords weeks ago it could not have been more topical, with the former boss of Cambridge Analytica  interrogated by the Commons Select Committee the day before, and the eminence grise of the Leave campaign summoned that very afternoon to appear before MPs.

 

The subject of my question ?   . . . → Read More: Expose the Hidden Persuaders