It might sometimes seem that the UK’s elections system is a solid, age-old structure that has remained the same for generations. But our electoral system has never been cast in stone, and over the past two centuries there have been significant changes to the way we vote.
Now, further reforms are being considered, including changes to the way that voters are registered, how their information is updated, and the laws that govern the delivery of elections.
These topics form the basis of our latest whitepaper which examines the problems that have been identified with the UK’s electoral system, the challenges these pose for the people who make elections happen and some ideas that might write further chapters in the UK’s continuing story of electoral reform.
So, what can be expected? What should happen?
Download the full whitepaper: Electoral reform: A never-ending story?