By Areeq Chowdhury. The 2017 snap general election was called to bring about a “strong and stable” government but as we know, this did not quite go to plan with … Continue reading The sn-app general election?
A new survey by Kantar has found that just 14% of young people aged 18 to 24 will ‘definitely vote’ in the upcoming UK General Election. 57% of this age … Continue reading Only 14% of young people will ‘definitely vote’ in upcoming General Election
By Marcus Edwards. The constituency boundary changes are a necessary measure to equalise the number of voters in each constituency. This is a positive step towards a more representative and … Continue reading Constituency boundary changes: A missed opportunity?
By Councillor Abena Oppong-Asare. As we take the time to recognise and celebrate the achievements of women today, it’s important to recognise the low turnout of women at the last … Continue reading Women are at risk of falling off the electoral register – and out of the political debate
In the run up to the 2015 General Election, WebRoots Democracy will be analysing the social media followings of the main political parties and publishing monthly ‘Election by Social Media’ results. This analysis … Continue reading Election by Social Media