real change

  • September 30, 2010

    Britain's political reformers have welcomed Ed Miliband's commitment to campaign for a change in Westminster's archaic electoral system.

  • May 14, 2010

    Fair votes and reform campaigners are rallying in London's Trafalgar Square and across the country again this Saturday, aiming to Take Back Parliament for the people.

  • May 6, 2010

    Democracy campaigners are urging the public to refuse to give in to the big two parties, and to vote instead for a 'hung parliament' and radical political and voting reform.

  • April 14, 2010

    As the latest opinion polls show a narrowing election lead for the Tories, political reform campaigners are launching a bold "Hang 'Em - until they change" initiative.

  • April 5, 2010

    Abolishing the House of Lords is vital to getting rid of corrupt corporate politics, says Anthony Barnett. But an elected second chamber may not be the good democratic, reform-minded alternative many suppose.

  • February 25, 2010

    The Electoral Reform Society has welcomed the news that Proportional Representation has topped the Power 2010 popular public poll of urgent reforms needed to fix Britain's "broken democracy".

  • February 25, 2010

    A manifesto for re-connecting formal British politics with ordinary people has been chosen by the public and officially unveiled, as the largest ever campaign for political reform enters its decisive phase.

  • February 20, 2010

    Power 2010, the open campaign for democratic renewal, has entered the final few days of its public poll – where anyone can go online and vote for the changes they’d make to British democracy.

  • February 12, 2010

    An innovative popular campaign for radical democratic reform in Britain has reached a landmark 50,000 votes in an online poll to produce a core agenda for change ahead of the forthcoming General Election.

  • February 10, 2010

    The vote for the Power 2010 Pledge is still too close to call. There are only 12 days left - but the competition is fierce. Only the top five ideas will make it into the Pledge, and the race is far from secured - any of the 29 ideas to 'change politics for good' and challenge candidates of all parties could still make it to the top.