Posts Tagged “stuart bonar”

“Delivering this is going to be very difficult” – Tory peer Strathclyde’s verdict on Lords reform

by Stephen Tall on June 18, 2011

Let’s start with the good news — Lord Strathclyde, the Tory leader in the Lords is a self-styled “long-term supporter” of reform of the Upper House. Now for the bad news — he’s pessimistic that the Coalition will actualy deliver elected senators by 2015, the deadline set by deputy prime minister Nick Clegg. Here’s what […]

“The voting system is broken, back the Alternative”: ads to help win May’s voting referendum

by Stephen Tall on August 22, 2010

Last month, The Voice asked the question, Can you design a poster to win the AV “Yes” campaign?, highlighting‘s competition to crowd-source the design talent of bloggers who support abolishing first-past-the-vote and replacing it with the Alternative Vote in readiness for next May’s referendum. The winner has now been announced (and sorry, guys, but […]