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Published on June 6th, 2011 | by Adam Fowles
Image © [caption id="attachment_2300" align="alignleft" width="226" caption="14 Seats to Be Cut"]14 Seats to Be Cut[/caption] Figures released today show the details of the proposed boundary changes throughout the UK. It shown that the Lib Dems will loose up to a quarter of their seats compared to the Tories and Labour whom are only loosing around 5-6% of their seats! So was the vote on AV worth it I ask you, Mr Clegg? Personally I think Not! The Alternative Vote was floored from the start, it had one major part missing, PR (Proportional Representation). So why did Mr Clegg push for the vote when he was only going to get a section of the system that he wanted rather than the whole. This Coalition agreement seems to only be favouring the Tories at each big decission, AV vote went against the Lib Dems, Boundary Changes will hit the Liberal hardest and of course Tuition fees to mention but a few! If this proposal goes through both houses and becomes legislation, Could we see the Lib Dems becoming one of the 'Other' parties in grey?

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Was the vote on AV worth it?

14 Seats to Be Cut

14 Seats to Be Cut

Figures released today show the details of the proposed boundary changes throughout the UK. It shown that the Lib Dems will loose up to a quarter of their seats compared to the Tories and Labour whom are only loosing around 5-6% of their seats!

So was the vote on AV worth it I ask you, Mr Clegg? Personally I think Not! The Alternative Vote was floored from the start, it had one major part missing, PR (Proportional Representation). So why did Mr Clegg push for the vote when he was only going to get a section of the system that he wanted rather than the whole. This Coalition agreement seems to only be favouring the Tories at each big decission, AV vote went against the Lib Dems, Boundary Changes will hit the Liberal hardest and of course Tuition fees to mention but a few!

If this proposal goes through both houses and becomes legislation, Could we see the Lib Dems becoming one of the ‘Other’ parties in grey?

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