It's time for change

The Labour Campaign 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.

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

400 CLPs and counting

By LCER | October 1, 2023

On Friday 15 September, Milngavie and Clydebank CLP became the 400th Constituency Labour Party to pass a motion calling for Proportional Representation for the House…

Not a priority? We beg to differ

By LCER | September 10, 2023

Looking back over the past few years, the campaign for PR has made huge strides. Last year’s Labour Party conference voted overwhelmingly to back electoral…

The Labour movement supports electoral reform – and expects party policy to reflect that

By Hannah Rich | July 18, 2023

This weekend, Labour’s National Policy Forum (NPF) will deliberate and agree upon Labour’s draft ‘party programme’. Not to be confused with the manifesto – which…

400,000 could be put off voting by compulsory photo-ID

By Martin Linton | July 1, 2023

It seemed like a fairly small number when the Electoral Commission announced that 0.25% of people who tried to vote at the local elections in…