UKIP & Greens Cheated Out of Peers

lords-ratioWhatever you think about the selection of peers there was a terribly undemocratic partisan bias in the Lords appointments:

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For every 435,945 votes the Tories got they appointed a Lord, it took over a million votes to justify a Labour peer and a mere 219,624 for a LibDem peer. The second chamber of our democracy ignored the preferences of 5 million voters for the Greens and UKIP. Not a single peer between them – some democratic deficit…


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