Category Archives: Voting

How to Resign from Parliament

  I don’t understand the Iowa caucuses. It seems an awful lot of effort to stand around in a church hall for a couple of hours to elect some delegates who will just vote for whoever they like anyway (this … Continue reading

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Election Dissection: Double your Vote

Part of a series on General Elections in the UK. The General Election is less than four months away, and already we’re getting arguments and debates about debates. Everyone is trying to appeal to the voters, but, as it happens, … Continue reading

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The Euro Files 2: What happens to my vote?

In my previous post, I detailed what the European Parliament’s place in the grand scheme of European legislature. This time around I’ll be talking about how your vote is counted. Each country is free to choose how to appoint its … Continue reading

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