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A Unison voice for change

Aileen McLoughlin speaks out

Unite the Union backs PR

Adam Herriott explains the campaign inside the union

We need PR at Westminster for Labour councillors everywhere

Proportional Representation at general elections would, in turn, revitalise local government, says Karen Constantine

Democracy – you don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone. . .

Three changes to the law last week mean democracy in the UK is now hanging by a thread, says Don Flynn

Why Proportional Representation is better for workers

Professor Robert Ford lays out the injustices of the first-past-the-post system, and demonstrates why trade unions should back PR

Global Britain versus the last colony

Mary Southcott provides a personal testimony on extending democracy and anti-colonialism

Tories plan more curbs on union rights

Don Flynn explains the new threat to trade unions and their role in fighting the undemocratic Elections Bill

Democracy moves stalled at Conference

Mary Southcott reviews progress and tasks facing new democracy movement as Unite rejects the current system

Labour Conference – a sad spectacle of disunity

With Labour still languishing in the polls, Peter Kenyon reports on leadership failures to heal divisions

Tory pork barrel politics

Julian Vaughan says the trade union case for political reform gets stronger by the day 

Unlocking Labour

Stuart Hill on the unfinished business of Charter 88