The Electoral System is Not Biased Against The Tories

The Independent's John Rentoul publicises the findings of a fascinating paper by the BBC's Head of Political Research, David Cowling. Cowling concludes that there is no inherent bias in the electoral system against the Tories; the number of votes required to elect them is down to the issue of low voter turnout in Labour seats. That, of course, may be something that changes tonight.


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