System renewal. Challenging established notions. Reimagining our societies.

Author: Paul Gregory

Those criticising Viktor Orban’s touting of the idea of ‘Illiberal Democracy’ hold it to be a contradiction in terms, an oxymoron. But much the same…

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The Scottish National Party has finally abandoned its ‘Named Person’ scheme, which would have appointed an official to track the treatment of each child independently…

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Much confusion comes to a head even among those who should be more articulate when there is talk of money outside micro-economics. Most recently with…

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As far as it goes, there is nothing to disagree with in Tim Cowen’s Radix pamphlet: Freedom to choose: Why competition policy affects us all,…

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Maybe chief among the expressions being weaponised in contemporary politics is democracy. The purpose below is to combat the inflationary use of the word, to…

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This is my stand on The Radical Centre: A Ten-Point Guide. It is a seven-point programme for a radical centre 1) Introduce seriously representative  democracy to replace…

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Various points have been made regarding my critique of Proportional Representation (PR) from the standpoint of my ‘Fuzzy Democracy’, which I claim to be a…

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Proportional Representation (PR) is the favourite alternative to remedy the glaring defects of the First-Past-The-Post system of electing representatives (deputies, MPs). Discussion of second rounds…

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The First-Past-The-Post system makes the House of Commons outrageously unrepresentative. Most votes are wasted since they are not reflected in the outcome. The Commons is…

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There is a large print version of this post here: No need to redraw constituency boundaries. Controversy is resurfacing about changes to constituency boundaries. Surprisingly, there…

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It has been put to me that the scheme for universal digital income (UDI), proposed here, was too indulgent of the long-established print media. Maybe….

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Most countries have some kind of broadcasting levy to pay for public radio and television. In the UK there is the license fee to pay…

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