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Labour Campaign for Electoral Reform

The Labour Campaign for Electoral Reform (LCER) is a movement within the Labour Party (UK) for electoral reform particularly of the first past the post system in House of Commons constituencies and the undemocratic House of Lords.

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External links

  • Official website
  • Older website as of 2005


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