boundary review

Objectors from all parties clearly think something is rotten here - there are considerable holes in the claim that a fairer distribution of seats is on offer
Plans to cut the number of MPs in Parliament from 650 to 600 would inflate one Scottish constituency to the size of Cyprus
Key scalp for Corbyn, but Tories set to gain more overall.
Boris Johnson is on course to lose his Commons seat to Labour at the next election if new Parliamentary boundary changes
Senior Labour MPs have expressed anger over the party’s new boundary proposals, which would allow Jeremy Corbyn to keep his
Labour has drawn up Westminster boundary plans which would save Jeremy Corbyn’s seat but put at risk some of the party’s
The Tories are the true heirs to the working-class Chartist movement by pushing ahead with controversial boundary reforms
The Tories are the true heirs to the working-class Chartist movement by pushing ahead with controversial boundary reforms
We want a democracy that works for everyone: if we are to achieve this, then the principle of equal-seats, effectively restoring the principle of one-member one-vote, ending historic inequalities in our electoral map, must be delivered by a Conservative government.
Last week we saw the first proposals for the new constituency boundaries, drawn up by the Boundary Commission. It's certainly
If Theresa May means what she says about her government being for all and not just the "privileged few", then she needs to direct her attention to addressing this sense of powerlessness that is sweeping the nation.
Let's start with the whole basis of this shakeup. It's being conducted on the basis of registered electors - rather than the actual population. And that risks skewing our democracy for a number of reasons.
The proposals published today by the commission are based on an electoral register with a two million gaping hole. By using the electoral register as of 1 December 2015 the review will discount the two million people who signed up to have their voices heard in the run-up to the EU referendum, therefore leaving them out of the constituency calculations.
It's not just Labour who are unhappy
Theresa May is facing a severe backlash from both Tory and Labour MPs over plans to slash the number of seats in Parliament
Jeremy Corbyn’s London constituency is set to be wiped off the electoral map, according to leaks of the new Parliamentary