2011 Media

See below for a list of Democratic Audit media for the year 2011.

  • 14 December 2011 – The Guardian: Millions aren’t registered to vote. Will the government’s bill help matters?
  • 09 November 2011 – BBC Radio Merseyside: Stuart Wilks-Heeg discusses the role of the politics of protest.
  • 30 October 2011 – BBC Radio 4: Lewis Baston comments on proposed boundary changes
  • 16 October 2011 – BBC Radio 4: Stuart Wilks-Heeg discusses proposed changes to electoral registration with Carolyn Quinn on The Westminster Hour
  • 10 October 2011 – BBC Radio 4 : Prof Matthew Flinders asks Stuart Wilks-Heeg about the rise of unelected public bodies and their consequences. 0:08:37
  • 07 October 2011 – Liverpool Daily Post: Who Governs Merseyside project sees Liverpool Council leader Joe Anderson emerge as early front-runner
  • 05 October 2011 – Liverpool Daily Post: Who Governs Merseyside project to explore who holds reigns on power
  • 05 October 2011 – L’obolo della politica: Svelata la crescente dipendenza dei partiti dalle donazioni della City
  • 01 October 2011 – Daily Mail: ‘City predators’ give Tories £3.3m raising questions over Coalition’s determination for banking reform
  • 01 October 2011 – Daily Telegraph: How the City bankrolls the Conservatives
  • 01 October 2011 – The Guardian: City’s influence over Conservatives laid bare by research into donations
  • 30 September 2011 – The Guardian: To tackle fast-buck economics, Ed Miliband might look to the taboo 1970s
  • 29 September 2011 – Channel 4 News: Stuart Wilks-Heeg talks to Channel 4 news about proposed changes to electoral registration (3 minutes in)
  • 18 September 2011 – El Correo: El nuevo jefe de Scotland Yard
  • 18 September 2011 – Kenilworth Weekly News: ‘I trust I can rely on your vote… where are we again?’ – new Warwickshire boundary proposals unveiled
  • 15 September 2011 – Liverpool Daily Post: Have your say on boundary changes
  • 14 September 2011 – BBC Radio Merseyside: Stuart Wilks-Heeg discusses proposed boundary changes on Merseyside
  • 13 September 2011 – Darlington and Stockton Times: Tories could win Sedgefield under region’s new electoral map
  • 13 September 2011 – The Guardian: Reality check: is the electoral system biased in favour of Labour?
  • 12 September 2011 – BBC NEWS: ‘Boundary changes: House of Commons to lose 50 MPs’
  • 03 September 2011 – Daily Telegraph: Female MPs to lose seats in shake up
  • 01 August 2011 – The Guardian: The long arm of corporate influence
  • 31 July 2011 – The Westminster Hour: Lewis Baston discusses boundary changes with Rob Hayward and Westminster Hour’s Carolyn Quinn
  • 31 July 2011 – The Guardian: Lines for electoral boundary changes could crack the UK coalition
  • 29 July 2011 – BBC Radio London 94.9: Stuart Wilks-Heeg discusses the impact of proposed boundary changes in London
  • 28 July 2011 – The Guardian: Plans to cut UK constituencies from 650 to 600 ‘could topple coalition’
  • 20 July 2011 – BBC Radio Merseyside: Stuart Wilks Heeg discusses the aftermath of select committee hearings on the phone hacking scandal
  • 19 July 2011 – BBC Radio Merseyside: Stuart Wilks Heeg discusses the phone hacking scandal
  • 04 July 2011 – This is Gloucestershire: Heart of Gloucester could be represented by Forest of Dean MP
  • 19 June 2011 – Eastbourne Herald: Effects of possible boundary changes explained by MP
  • 17 June 2011 – Welwyn Hatfield: Is this the end of Welwyn Hatfield?
  • 15 June 2011 – Falmouth Packet: More changes to come for Cornish constituencies
  • 14 June 2011 – Formby Times: Formby could be split in two in MP boundary review
  • 11 June 2011 – gazettelive: Shake-up idea for Teesside constituencies
  • 10 June 2011 – BBC News: Parliamentary boundary change threatens Norman Baker
  • 09 June 2011 – This is London: Richmond Park and North Kingston MP Zac Goldsmith’s seat
  • 09 June 2011 – Southport Visiter: ‘Southport and Formby to merge in MP review,’ say boundary change experts
  • 09 June 2011 – Ormskirk & Skelmersdale Advertiser: Boundary review will boost Tories in West Lancs, experts predict
  • 09 June 2011 – Crosby Herald: Crosby communities would be split under likely boundary changes, say analysts
  • 08 June 2011 – North West Evening Mail: Fewer MPs For Cumbria?
  • 07 June 2011 – Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bradford West parliamentary seat could be scrapped by Government
  • 07 June 2011 – The Northern Echo: Blair constituency faces being scrapped
  • 07 June 2011 – News & Star: Could Copeland go in Parliament shake-up?
  • 07 June 2011 – The Bolton News: Crausby’s seat could face axe in boundary shake-up
  • 07 June 2011 – Worcester News: Boundaries set to move in review of MPs’ seats
  • 07 June 2011 – This is Staffordshire: Tory MP could lose her seat under proposed boundary shake-up
  • 06 June 2011 – Daily Mirror: Rotten Clegg could cost 1 in 4 Lib Dems their job
  • 06 June 2011 – The Guardian: Tory plans to redraw electoral map could hit Lib Dem seats hardest
  • 06 June 2011 – BBC News: Constituency boundary wars: Winners and losers
  • 06 June 2011 – The Independent: Boundary change ‘could cost Lib Dems quarter of MPs’
  • 06 June 2011 – Daily Telegraph: Liberal Democrats could lose up to a quarter of their seats
  • 06 June 2011 – Evening Standard: Lib-Dem seats at risk due to boundary review shake-up
  • 05 June 2011 – The Guardian: Boundary change battle: Lib Dems could be biggest losers
  • 09 May 2011 – Estadao: Reforma eleitoral britânica deve ser rejeitada em referendo
  • 09 May 2011 – Channel 4 Factcheck Blog: Who really ‘won’ the local elections in England?
  • 03 May 2011 – BBC Radio Somerset: Stuart Wilks-Heeg debates the pros and cons of electoral reform with Michael Pinto-Duschinksy.
  • 26 April 2011 – BBC Radio Manchester: Stuart Wilks-Heeg discusses electoral fraud allegations in Rochdale with presenter Steve Saul
  • 26 April 2011 – BBC 1 North West: Stuart Wilks-Heeg interviewed live on North West Today about electoral malpractice allegations in Rochdale
  • 26 April 2011 – BBC 1 North West: Stuart Wilks-Heeg interviewed live on North West Today about electoral malpractice allegations in Rochdale
  • 11 April 2011 – BBC Politics Show: New constituencies, old rivalries
  • 10 April 2011 – BBC News: ‘Electoral boundary change ‘means fewer MPs’
  • 10 April 2011 – BBC Politics Show: ‘West Midlands’ boundary review’
  • 09 February 2011 – Evening Standard: City bankrolls the Tories, report claims
  • 09 February 2011 – Daily Telegraph: ‘City financiers ‘provided half of Tory funding’
  • 09 February 2011 – Press Association: ‘City funds half of Tory donations’
  • 09 February 2011 – BBC News: ‘More than half of Conservative donors ‘from the City’
  • 09 February 2011 – The Wall Street Journal: ‘City Of London Donations To UK Conservatives Surge To 50.8% In 2010.’
  • 9 February 2011 – Mirror: ‘City fatcats buy up the Tories’
  • 09 February 2011 – The Independent: ‘Revealed: how the City bankrolls Tory party’
  • 09 February 2011 – The Guardian: ‘City bankrolled Tory election campaign’
  • 09 February 2011 – BBC Radio Merseyside: Stuart Wilks Heeg discuses Conservative Party donors and the party funding system in general
  • 05 February 2011 – Daily Telegraph: ‘If you’re looking for Islamophobia, try the comments under my article about Baroness Warsi’
  • 27 January 2011 – BBC News: ‘Should MP numbers be cut and constituencies redrawn?’
  • 24 January 2011 – Liverpool Daily Post: ‘Fears of cross-Mersey Parliamentary constituency re-emerge’
  • 24 January 2011 – Liverpool Echo: ‘Coalition Government voting reform plans may lead to cross-Mersey constituency’
  • 23 January 2011 – The Independent: ‘Voting fraud claims spark calls for ID at polls’
  • 19 January 2011 – The Guardian: ‘The electoral reform bill is worth staying up for’
  • 19 January 2011 – The Guardian: ‘Voting reform: pressure builds for compromise on referendum bill’
  • 17 January 2011 – Isle of Wight County Press: ‘Independent experts back OneWight campaign’
  • 17 January 2011 – The Guardian: ‘This redrawn electoral map defies common sense’
  • 16 January 2011 – This is Hampshire: ‘Constituency changes risk chaos, warns report’
  • 15 January 2011 – The Guardian: ‘The Tory embrace may well split the Lib Dems in two’
  • 15 January 2011 – The Press Association: ‘Plan to redraw boundaries ‘chaotic”
  • 12 January 2011 – BBC News: ‘Constituency changes will prove ‘chaotic’, report says’
  • 12 January 2011 – The Guardian: ‘Conservatives act to stop Labour peers derailing voting referendum bill’
  • 06 January 2011 – BBC Radio 4 Mark Thomas: The Manifesto: Mark Thomas cites some of Democratic Audits ideas on reforming party funding.
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