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Friday, 28th October 2005

Spoiled ballot: why less than three per cent have a fair share of democratic power in Britain

Electoral System--United Kingdom
Source: New Economics Foundation
Spoiled ballot: why less than three per cent have a fair share of democratic power in Britain (PDF; 394 KB)
"New research released today, Thursday 22 September 2005, by nef (the new economics foundation) shows that democratic power in Britain is more unevenly distributed than income, and the inefficiency of our electoral system means that less than three per cent of the British electorate have anything like a fair share of democratic power."
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