Local Seats For Local People? Reviewing the Boundary Review

Dec 10, 2010

By Robert McIlveen. Edited by Natalie Evans.

Local Seats for Local People? finds that the Boundary Review process in the UK is inefficient and produces undemocratic results.  The last Boundary Review took seven years, whereas countries such as New Zealand and Australia manage to conduct theirs in six months. The report sets out proposals which will drastically reduce the time taken to conduct a review, depoliticise the process and ultimately improve representation.

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