Monthly Archives: September 2015

Money in politics – a global perspective

The topic of ‘money in politics’ is not exclusively relevant to the United Kingdom. Internationally, the issues of concern for regulators around the world are broadly consistent, but priorities differ depending on the particular political, democratic and socio-democratic context of … Continue reading

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Time out to get # in. 15-17 year-olds can now register to vote in Scotland!

Last week at Graeme High we launched our ‘Time out to get in’ campaign, in partnership with the Electoral Commission’s nationwide campaign which last week asked teachers to take time out and help their 15-17 year-old students register to vote. … Continue reading

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What is an intelligible question?

On 5th July 2015 the Greek electorate went to the polls to vote on the following referendum question: It would be safe to say that in the UK, this 74-word question would not have passed our referendum question intelligibility test. … Continue reading

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