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Some highly varied responses have been forthcoming to PM David Cameron's promise of an 'in/out' referendum on UK European Union membership.
The outcome of the government's 18-month commission on a British Bill of Rights has exposed deep divisions within and beyond the coalition.
The Leveson inquiry reveals the need to shine an independent light on the workings of the newspaper industry, say respondents to the new report on press standards.
Elections for police and crime commissioners in England and Wales have been denounced as 'shambolic'. The Home Secretary is being asked to act urgently.
Unlock Democracy is promoting a social media campaign to raise awareness of police and crime commissioner elections. Others will ignore them.
An event at the Scottish Parliament has been held to discuss with the public what they want from Scotland’s first ever bill on lobbying transparency.
Thousands of concerned citizens have signed an open letter to Speaker of the House of Commons, demanding the release of expenses data.
The government has announced that 20 cities will be given greater control over spending on planning and transport. Some NGOs want to go much further.
The scandal where MPs are reportedly claiming expenses to rent homes while letting their own property, needs addressing immediately, say reformers.
The reform group Unlock Democracy has called for firm action from the government on business lobbying in the wake of the 'jobs for generals' scandal.