If you will be 18 or over on 7th May you need to be registered in order to vote in the General Election. If your're not registered you only have until Monday 20th April to do so. You can register here.

If you will be 18 or over on 7th May you need to be registered in order to vote in the General Election. If your're not registered you only have until Monday 20th April to do so. You can register here.

The Paul Foot Award | Private Eye Online - a prize for brilliant and investigative journalism. What newspapers could do rather than the endless celebrity coverage!

The Paul Foot Award | Private Eye Online - a prize for brilliant and investigative journalism. What newspapers could do rather than the endless celebrity coverage!

A century of British electioneering in pictures. Why "new voter" in this one?

Britain Votes! A century of electioneering – in pictures

A century of British electioneering in pictures. Why "new voter" in this one?

How the Commons would look if we'd had PR for the last election.

Election 2015: What difference would proportional representation have made?

How the Commons would look if we'd had PR for the last election.

What the Conservative manifesto has to say about the HRA - relevant to the Constitution/Judiciary topic in Unit 2.

What the Conservative manifesto has to say about the HRA - relevant to the Constitution/Judiciary topic in Unit 2.

Is it worth £3bn to fix it? Should they move somewhere else anyway?

MPs could be forced to 'abandon' crumbling Westminster, Speaker warns

Is it worth £3bn to fix it? Should they move somewhere else anyway?

Conservative and Labour advertising strategies in recent elections - why did they use the posters (some now iconic) that they did? It seems that the best form of defence in this case is attack.

Attack is the best form of defence: the golden rules of political campaigning

Conservative and Labour advertising strategies in recent elections - why did they use the posters (some now iconic) that they did? It seems that the best form of defence in this case is attack.

Report of a lecture by John Curtice, he who produced the accurate exit poll on May 7th, in which he shows how difficult it will be for Labour to get a majority in Parliament anytime soon.

Pollster John Curtice warns Labour a majority in 2020 is 'improbable'

Report of a lecture by John Curtice, he who produced the accurate exit poll on May 7th, in which he shows how difficult it will be for Labour to get a majority in Parliament anytime soon.

It may not be easy to get rid of the Human Rights Act. This and some more articles below explain why. http://www.headoflegal.com/2014/10/03/full-of-sound-and-fury-on-human-rights/ http://publiclawforeveryone.com/2015/05/11/replacing-the-human-rights-act-the-house-of-lords-the-parliament-acts-and-the-salisbury-convention/

Michael Gove's attempt to repeal the Human Rights Act faces almost insurmountable odds

It may not be easy to get rid of the Human Rights Act. This and some more articles below explain why. http://www.headoflegal.com/2014/10/03/full-of-sound-and-fury-on-human-rights/ http://publiclawforeveryone.com/2015/05/11/replacing-the-human-rights-act-the-house-of-lords-the-parliament-acts-and-the-salisbury-convention/

Is there much chance of electoral reform? - probably not.

Is there much chance of electoral reform? - probably not.

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