16 April 2007

My Question to Tony and Gordon.

Over 57% of voters have for many decades voted for parties that advocate higher taxes and a greater redistribution of wealth, yet...
for the majority of the time we have had Tory governments that do the opposite. On the minority of occasions we get a Labour government it has been too scared to be radical about redistribution and funding public services properly. Isn't it about time that Labour honoured its commitment to a referendum on a more proportional voting system?

Where you live should play no part in how important your vote is. Lets make everyone's vote equal and have more people of all backgrounds and opinions represented in parliament. Representing everyone, especially the most disadvantaged in society, is what the Labour party should stand for and what better way of showing this than honouring this manifesto commitment?

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