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Electoral systems

Electoral systems news from UK Parliament.

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Chief Electoral Officer for Northern Ireland gives evidence to Committee
The Select Committee on Electoral Registration and Administration Act 2013 hears evidence on Tuesday 3 March at 3.30pm
28 February 2020
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Legal experts give evidence on electoral fraud and electoral law
The Select Committee on Electoral Registration and Administration Act 2013 hears evidence on Tuesday 25 February at 3.30pm
24 February 2020
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Is foreign interference a threat to political campaigns?
Select Committee on Democracy and Digital Technologies meet on Tuesday 4 February at 10.30am
31 January 2020
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Young people and students discuss democratic engagement and voter ID
The Select Committee on Electoral Registration and Administration Act 2013 hears evidence on Tuesday 4 February at 3.30pm
31 January 2020
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Advertising Standards Authority give evidence to Committee
Select Committee on Democracy and Digital Technologies meet on Tuesday 5 November at 10.35am
04 November 2019
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UK electoral law poses "serious and unnecessary risks"
Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee publish report Electoral Law: the urgent need for reform
01 November 2019
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Procedure Committee announces review of proxy voting arrangements
Committee launches inquiry into proxy voting arrangements
12 September 2019
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Should democracies embrace or fear digital technologies? – new committee seeks your views
The deadline for submissions of written evidence is 1pm on Friday 20 September 2019
22 July 2019
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Lords private members' bills
Peers debate franchise extension, EEA nationals and victims of crime
22 July 2019
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Committee examines consequences of failure to address electoral law concerns
Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee explore consequences of continued inaction on electoral law reform
12 July 2019
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Committee considers urgent recommendations to update and consolidate electoral law
Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee takes evidence from the Law Commission
01 July 2019
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Lords marks twenty years of devolution
Peers debate role of devolved administrations
23 May 2019
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Urgent question on voter ID pilots ahead of local elections
Government asked for statement ahead of upcoming elections
10 April 2019
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PACAC launches new inquiry examining the case for comprehensive reform of electoral law
The Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs open new inquiry looking into how the current electoral law can be reformed
08 March 2019
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Lords debates case for UK Constitutional Convention
Members consider summit to address democratic accountability and devolution
14 December 2018
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