The conservatives’ arguments against electoral reform.
British Politics and Policy at LSE
(26 Apr 2010)
With Nick Clegg signalling that in a hung Parliament he would want to back the leading party in terms of votes, so far clearly the Conservatives, the Tories’ resolute refusal to contemplate any electoral reform for the Commons has become a major stumbling bloc for any Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition. Clegg has warned Cameron that his fixed opposition will be a ‘strategic mistake’. Françoise Boucek reviews Cameron’s arguments.
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