The seven MPs are from across the party
The former shadow business secretary says the public is 'pi***d off' and could 'boil over'
'You only need to look at Scotland, where the SNP got 50 per cent of the vote but 95 per cent of the seats'
Against protocol, a Labour peer reveals that in 1997 monarch expressed ‘non-supportive’ view on proportional representation
The Government could be plunged into a “constitutional crisis” if members of the House of Lords reject plans for gay marriage this week, a senior peer has warned.
Fed up with all three main parties? Fancy a bold, clever, sensible independent candidate to represent your city? That's what Londoners are being offered on Thursday, but the political and media establishments are doing their best to crush her. We have a 20th-century political system failing to cope with 21st-century politics.
Nick Clegg's flagship plan for an elected House of Lords ran into an immediate storm of protest which cast doubt over whether he would be able to force it through Parliament.
Clegg blamed as referendum on voting system backs status quo / Liberal Democrats left reeling after huge losses in local elections
It is only self-interest and the desire to have things their own way that makes the Conservatives so keen on first past the post
<i>The IoS</i> debates voting systems with bunting and cupcakes
The Tories are warning that next month's electoral reform referendum flies in the face of history. In fact, Britain's voting system has rarely been left alone, argues Andy McSmith
Baroness Warsi, the Conservative Party chairman, was accused of scoring a spectacular own goal last night in a speech about the British National Party, provoking calls from some Tory MPs for David Cameron to move her in a summer reshuffle.
Clegg confirms 5 May referendum on electoral reform
David Cameron and Nick Clegg were hit by a rebellion yesterday over their plan to hold a referendum on the voting system next May on the same day as elections to the Scottish Parliament, Welsh assembly and English councils.
The parliamentary Liberal Democrats were locked in talks for much of last night over whether they should join a coalition government with the Conservatives or Labour and a so-called "rainbow coalition" of smaller parties. Discussions began at 10pm and ended just after midnight, with further talks planned for today.