2012 Media

See below for a list of all Democratic Audit media from 2012;

  • 20 December 2012 – The Guardian: Commons sense
  • 18 December 2012 – The Guardian: Roundup: let’s talk about NEDs
  • 23 November 2012 – The Guardian: Dozens of new life peers to be appointed to House of Lords
  • 22 November 2012 – Liverpool Post: Democracy “in danger of dying a slow death”
  • 17 November 2012 – The Guardian: Round up: compulsory voting
  • 15 November 2012 – Liverpool Post: Four in five Merseyside voters may not vote in police and crime commissioner elections
  • 07 November 2012 – Evening Standard: Get Dorries out of here
  • 19 October 2012 – The Toronto Star: Is democracy in decline?
  • 18 October 2012 – BBC Radio Merseyside: Stuart Wilks-Heeg explains the ‘Supplementary Vote’ system to be used for the forthcoming Police and Crime Commissioner elections
  • 16 October 2012 – BBC Radio Cumbria: Stuart Wilks-Heeg discusses the revised boundary change proposals for Cumbria with presenter Ian Timms
  • 15 October 2012 – El Mundo: El ‘declive terminal’ de los partidos políticos
  • 12 October 2012 – The Guardian: Is this the biggest UK government ever?
  • 11 October 2012 – The Guardian: David Cameron’s government the biggest since reliable records began
  • 09 October 2012 – Channel 4 News: Boris Johnson: classic Tory or political maverick?
  • 19 September 2012 – The Independent: A plague we must stop before it’s endemic
  • 16 September 2012 – The Independent: Introducing: The Contrarian Prize
  • 29 August 2012 – The Guardian: Green Party searches for a new leader
  • 10 July 2012 – The Guardian: A citizen’s charter to rejuvenate democracy (letters to the Editor)
  • 08 July 2012 – The Guardian: Local democracy: the future looks bleak for political activism
  • 07 July 2012 – The Statesman (India): ‘Mother of democracy in decline?’
  • 07 July 2012 – The Guardian: British democracy in ‘terminal decline’, warns report
  • 06 July 2012 – The Guardian: 2012 Democratic Audit: British democracy in ‘terminal decline’. Get the data
  • 14 May 2012 – The Guardian: Caroline Lucas and Green party have Lib Dems in their sights
  • 09 May 2012 – BBC Radio Merseyside: Stuart Wilks-Heeg discusses the Queen’s Speech with Tony Snell on his breakfast show
  • 05 May 2012 – Daily Telegraph: If local elections result was repeated in 2015, Labour would be in power
  • 04 May 2012 – Daily Telegraph: Local elections: Labour on course to win 2015 election if result is repeated
  • 04 May 2012 – The Guardian: David Cameron plan for elected mayors rejected as English cities vote no
  • 04 May 2012 – BBC Radio Merseyside: Stuart Wilks-Heeg discusses the local election results throughout the Tony Snell breakfast show
  • 03 May 2012 – Liverpool Post: Historic vote for Liverpool mayor, but how much will really change?
  • 02 May 2012 – The Guardian: Liverpool’s voters look sure to elect a very modern Labour mayor
  • 26 April 2012 – Liverpool Post: Race to become elected mayor enters last leg
  • 26 April 2012 – The Huffington Post (UK): Mayoral Election Brochures Spark Allegations Of Waste And ‘Censorship’
  • 23 April 2012 – Evening Standard: Tower Hamlets: The borough that doesn’t even know who’s running for Mayor
  • 18 April 2012 – Liverpool Echo: ‘You can’t say this, that or the other!’
  • 16 April 2012 – BBC Radio 4 Today: Peter Riddell, Institute for Government, and Dr Stuart Wilks-Heeg, Democratic Audit, discuss Ed Miliband’s party funding proposal.
  • 15 April 2012 – Sunday Politics: Stuart Wilks-Heeg takes part in a studio discussion about Liverpool’s mayoral election (30:30 onwards)
  • 15 April 2012 – The Observer: Does London deserve better than the Ken and Boris show?
  • 14 April 2012 – Liverpool Echo: Liverpool mayor ‘censorship’ row heightens with ‘anti-democratic’ claims
  • 12 April 2012 – Daily Telegraph: Three in 10 council seats not contested by Liberal Democrats at local elections
  • 08 April 2012 – The Scotsman: Does Scotland need its own Boris & Ken show?
  • 05 April 2012 – The Liverpool Post: Liverpool’s elected mayor drama has an all male cast – can anyone halt Joe Anderson’s path to office?
  • 04 April 2012 – BBC Radio Merseyside: Stuart Wilks-Heeg discusses the absence of women among the 12 candidates for Mayor of Liverpool (23:50)
  • 30 March 2012 – The Voice of Russia: Stuart Wilks-Heeg takes part in a panel debate about reforming party funding in the UK.

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