This website was set up early in 2017, outlining a draft manifesto for a proposed constitutional reform party. So far, there hasn’t been enough active interest for a new party to be launched but it seems unlikely that the need for one will go away in the foreseeable future. Perhaps, the extraordinary levels of misgovernment we’ve seen in response to the Covid-19 pandemic will finally bring about the shift we need – or are the public simply getting the government they deserve?.
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What is Boris Johnson going to do about the Benn Act? He’s made apparently contradictory statements that he would comply with the law but will not ask the EU for an extension to the October 31st deadline, as the Act … Continue reading
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The last three years have laid bare the inadequacies of our current political system and many people who were previously fairly happy with how our country is governed now recognise that, whatever happens with Brexit, we need fundamental change, not … Continue reading