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Published on January 17th, 2012 | by The Editor
Image © This week, Parliament is debating introducing recall elections to the UK, and the extent to which they should be put in place. They have previously only been used in the United States, in California in particular. If an MP is accused of wrongdoing, such as the in the recent expenses scandals, or if they break their manifesto, as many MPs did over raising tuition fees, how should they be held to account? A ‘recall election’ is essentially a by-election, where if enough voters in one constituency are dissatisfied with their representation, they would be able to hold them account at the ballot box. It is argued that the danger of recall elections are that MPs could constantly be fighting campaigns rather than doing the job they were elected to do: representing their constituents. On the other hand, the threat of a recall election could make MPs more attentive to the people who elected them. [polldaddy poll="5849434"]

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CatchPoll: If an MP is involved in a scandal or breaks their manifesto, should they have to fight a recall election?

This week, Parliament is debating introducing recall elections to the UK, and the extent to which they should be put in place. They have previously only been used in the United States, in California in particular.

If an MP is accused of wrongdoing, such as the in the recent expenses scandals, or if they break their manifesto, as many MPs did over raising tuition fees, how should they be held to account? A ‘recall election’ is essentially a by-election, where if enough voters in one constituency are dissatisfied with their representation, they would be able to hold them account at the ballot box.

It is argued that the danger of recall elections are that MPs could constantly be fighting campaigns rather than doing the job they were elected to do: representing their constituents. On the other hand, the threat of a recall election could make MPs more attentive to the people who elected them.

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