Parliament and Politics: Key issues for the 2015 Parliament
This section of the Key Issues 2015 publication focuses on the General Election results, constituencies, Members of Parliament and voting expectations.
Analysis of the 2015 General Election result, which transformed the UK's political landscape
How did the pollsters get it so wrong at the 2015 General Election and what lessons might be learned for next time?
Overview of plans to reduce the number of MPs and proposals by the Boundary Commissions for drawing up new constituency boundaries
Will backbenchers have a greater impact in the 2015 Parliament and how will Parliament respond to calls for more public involvement?
Could a cross-party agreement on reform of party funding be achieved in the 2015 Parliament?
Looks at how attitudes towards MPs having second jobs have changed over time and approaches to restrict outside earnings
Should the voting age in UK elections be lowered to include 16 and 17-year-olds?
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Key issues for the new Parliament 2015
- Parliament and Politics: Key issues for the 2015 Parliament