DA reports and publications

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Should the UK lower the voting age to 16? (2014) edited by Richard Berry and Sean Kippin

Transitioning to a new Scottish state (2014) by Patrick Dunleavy, w/ Sean Kippin and Joel Suss

The creation of an English Public Services Ombudsman: mapping a way forward (2014) by Jane Martin and Richard Kirkham

Engaging young voters with enhanced election information (2014) by Richard Berry and Patrick Dunleavy

Parliamentary select committees: who gives evidence? (2014) by Richard Berry and Sean Kippin

Democratic engagement in the local NHS (2014) by Sally Ruane

The Bradford Earthquake (2012) by Lewis Baston

Unelected Oligarchy: First Update (2011) by David Beetham

Unelected Oligarchy: Corporate and Financial Dominance in Britain’s Democracy (2011) by David Beetham

Reforming Political Party Funding in the UK: Lessons from Canada (2011) by Stephen Crone

The Democratic Audit model of new parliamentary boundaries – Note on Methodology ( 2011) by Lewis Baston

Who Governs Merseyside? (2011) by Stuart Wilks-Heeg

All are equal. But some are more equal than others – Is ‘equalisation’ of constituency size really an international norm from which the UK departs? (2011) by Lewis Baston

The Political and Constitutional Reform Select Committee inquiry into the constitutional implications of the Cabinet Manual:Written submission from Democratic Audit (2011) by Stuart Wilks-Heeg

The Constitutional Reform Process: Evidence submission to the House of Lords Constitution Committee from Democratic Audit (2011) by Andrew Blick and Stuart Wilks-Heeg

How pressing is the case for further equalisation of constituency electorates? (2010) by Lewis Baston

The New Constituency Map of Britain (2010) by Lewis Baston

How Strong is the Case for Having Fewer MPs? (2010) by Lewis Baston

Cleansing the Augean stables: The parties and the  constitution (2010) by Andrew Blick and Stuart Weir

Constitution Committee Inquiry into ‘Referendums in the UK’s Constitutional Experience – Written submission from Democratic Audit (2010) by Stuart Wilks-Heeg

Projecting the Impact of Reduce and Equalise (2010) by Stuart Wilks-Heeg and Stephen Crone

Funding Political Parties in Great Britain: a Pathway to Reform (2010) by Stuart Wilks-Heeg and Stephen Crone

Constitution Committee Inquiry into ‘Referendums in the UK’s Constitutional Experience’, Dr. Stuart Wilks-Heeg.

Democratic Audit General Election Briefing, No. 2 | May 2010  – ‘A Tale of Two Electorates‘ by Dr. Stuart Wilks-Heeg

Democratic Audit General Election Briefing, No.1 | April 2010 Governing without majorities: Coming to terms with balanced Parliaments in UK politics by Andrew Blick and Stuart Wilks-Heeg

What are European Elections for? Executive Summary by Andrew Blick and Stuart Wilks-Heeg

Evidence Submission to House of Lords Constitution Committee inquiry into the Cabinet Office, Dr Andrew Blick,Prof George Jones.

What are European elections for? Executive Summary, Stuart Wilks-Heeg and Andrew Blick

Committee on Standards in Public Life, 12th Inquiry – Local Leadership and Public Trust: Openness and Accountability in Local and London Government, Dr Stuart Wilks-Heeg.

What are local elections for? Three questions, ten problems, and a democratic solution, Stuart Wilks-Heeg and Andrew Blick

What are European Elections for? Statistical appendix: summary of scenario assumptions and outcomes,Stuart Wilks-Heeg and Andrew Blick

Democratic Audit, In association with Channel 4 Dispatches.Peter Oborne and James Jones have written this pamphlet to accompany the Channel Four Dispatches documentary, ‘It Shouldn’t Happen to a Muslim’, broadcast on 7 July 2008.

Power & Participation in Modern Britain. Democratic Audit for the Carnegie UK Trust Democracy and Civil Society programme. David Beetham, Andrew Blick, Helen Margetts and Stuart Weir

Beating the Retreat: The Governments Flight from Constitutional Reform. With Contributions from Lord Morgan, Lord Tyler, Andrew Tyrie MP and Sir George Young.

Assessing the Quality of Democracy A Practical Guide IDEA.David Beetham, Edzia Carvalho, Todd Landman, Stuart Weir.

Parliamentary Oversight of British Foreign Policy.A Report by Democratic Audit, the Federal Trust and One World Trust. Andrew Blick, Brendan Donnelly, Jonathan Church, Michael Hammer, Stuart Weir, Claire Wren.

Evidence for Change, Lifting the ban on intercept evidence in court, Democratic Audit

An ICM opinion poll, commissioned by Democratic Audit, Federal Trust and One World Trust, On an ethical foreign policy.

The Rules of the Game Terrorism, Community and Human Rights, Andrew Blick, Tufyal Choudhury, Stuart Weir.

Submission to the House of Lords Constitution Committee Additional Statement. Professor Stuart Weir, Dr. Andrew Blick

Democratic Findings NO.8 , The BNP: the roots of its appeal, Democratic Audit.

The Rules of the Game Terrorism, Community and Human Rights, Andrew Blick, Tufyal Choudhury and Stuart Weir.

Comparing the manifestos – diversity of democratic options, Democratic Audit.

Party Manifestos and Democracy in the 2005 General Election, Democratic Audit.

Democratic findings no. 7, Failing Democracy, Democratic Audit.

Not in our name, Making foreign policy democratic, Democratic Audit.

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