Teaching Comparative Government and Politics

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

A constitution for the UK?

Devolution is a major issue in this election. That includes allowing English MPs exclusive votes on English issues. Other issues are whether 16-year-olds should vote, whether a constitution should be written, and whether the House of Lords should be abolished or replaced. Here's a useful guide to nearly 20 issues and the positions of a dozen political parties.

Policy guide: Where the parties stand

This is a guide to political parties' positions on key issues and will be updated as each manifesto is launched. Choose a party or an issue below to see the details…

 [You'll have to go to the BBC article to get live links.] 

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