UK Electoral Reform: What does it mean for the next General Election?

The Conservative Government under Boris Johnson has been pursuing a number of constitutional reforms that are set to significantly change the elections process in the UK.

With the much-criticised Fixed-term Parliaments Act repealed last week, an Elections Bill currently making its way through Parliament and the final boundary review report due to be laid before Parliament in June 2023, the next election will look a little different – both for those working in the world of politics and for individuals making the most of their right to vote.

With this in mind, the Cicero/amo team has produced an overview of these changes and their impact on British politics, including how the ability to call a snap election will reshape the agenda, the implications of the changes to the voting process, and the likely impact of the boundary changes on each major political party.

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