It's time for change

Labour for Electoral Reform want a participatory democracy in which everyone feels they have a meaningful stake. Our vision is of a politics which works to bring our society together. 

We want to replace the First Past the Post voting system with a more proportional system in which all votes count.

Labour for Electoral Reform also seeks to campaign on wider constitution reforms which encourage openness, transparency and accessibility in politics.

Fulfilling the legacy of Robin and Mo at Party Conference

By Mary Southcott | September 18, 2021

Labour campaigners for voting reform under 40 only know its greatest campaigners, Mo Mowlam and Robin Cook, from history books or talking with their parents.…

Will this finally be PR’s Conference?

By Sandy Martin | September 18, 2021

On Saturday 25th September the 2021 Labour Party Conference gets under way. 144 CLPs have submitted the Labour for a New Democracy (L4ND) motion –…

Winning Locally is a Step Toward PR

By Julie Ward | May 3, 2021

I am standing for election as a local councillor this year because I know that Labour needs to stand candidates and campaign to win in…

Watching what happens in Scotland

By Mary Southcott | May 3, 2021

We have heard much about SNP squabbles and Salmond’s new Alba party. Party leaders debates have been held, the last one on Tuesday, see LCER’s…