The 2016 Audit of UK Democracy
In January 2016, Democratic Audit UK launches its latest Audit of UK Democracy. Unlike previous audits, each section will be initially released in blog form, ensuring maximum impact. Once all posts have been published the Audit will be released in an e-book and released online.
Audit posts will appear on our homepage, with links collected here after publication.
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How democratic is the UK’s ‘Westminster Plurality Rule’ electoral system? by Patrick Dunleavy and the Democratic Audit team
How democratic are the two big reformed electoral systems used in the UK – the ‘Additional Members System (AMS)’ and the ‘Supplementary Vote (SV)’? by Patrick Dunleavy and the Democratic Audit team
How democratic are the UK’s two fully proportional electoral systems? by Patrick Dunleavy and the Democratic Audit team
How effectively is gender equality achieved in the political and public life of the UK? by Sonali Campion and the Democratic Audit team
How democratic are the UK’s political parties and party system? by Sean Kippin, Patrick Dunleavy, and the Democratic Audit team
How democratic is the UK’s House of Lords, and how could it be reformed? by Sonali Campion, Patrick Dunleavy and Sean Kippin
How democratically accountable are the UK’s security and intelligence services? by Sean Kippin and the Democratic Audit team
How effective is Parliament in controlling UK government and representing citizens? by Artemis Photiadou and Patrick Dunleavy
How democratic is the UK’s participation in the European Union? by Stuart Brown