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Constitutional reform and coalition negotiations - 1/5 - Intro and Nick Tyrone

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Nick Tyrone of the Electoral Reform Society sets out what he thinks might be achievable in terms of constitutional reform in any potential coalition negotiations following the 2015 General Election. This was recorded at the Liberal Democrat March 2014 Spring Conference in York at a joint event hosted by CentreForum and the Electoral Reform Society entitled "What is the constitutional reform priority in any coalition negotiations in 2015? Is it party funding, House of Lords, PR or none of the above?"
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Nick Tyrone of the Electoral Reform Society sets out what he thinks might be achievable in terms of constitutional reform in any potential coalition negotiations following the 2015 General Election. This was recorded at the Liberal Democrat March 2014 Spring Conference in York at a joint event hosted by CentreForum and the Electoral Reform Society entitled "What is the constitutional reform priority in any coalition negotiations in 2015? Is it party funding, House of Lords, PR or none of the above?" Show less

Constitutional reform and coalition negotiations Play

This was recorded at the Liberal Democrat March 2014 Spring Conference in York at a joint event hosted by CentreForum and the Electoral Reform Society entitled "What is the constitutional reform priority in any coalition negotiations in 2015? Is it party funding, House of Lords, PR or none of the above?"
Speakers: Nick Tyrone of the Electoral Reform Society, Lord Wallace of Saltaire, Simon Hughes MP and Dinti Batstone. The chair is Neil Sherlock.

Governing Britain from the centre ground Play

Rt Hon Nick Clegg MP, Leader of the Liberal Democrats and Deputy Prime Minister makes a speech entitled "Governing Britain from the centre ground: building a strong economy in a fair society" to a CentreForum audience in December 2012.

Five to thrive - early years conference Play

Videos of the sessions that made up the Five to thrive early years conference. Explaining how the principles established in Chris Paterson's CentreForum publication 'Parenting matters: early years and social mobility' are being implemented in different local authorities across the country.

Launch of 'The Tail' Play

Paul Marshall introduces his new book - The Tail: How England's schools fail one child in five - and what can be done'.
A distinguished panel of Baroness Sally Morgan, David Laws MP and Michael Gove MP, chaired by Lucy Heller, respond.
This was a joint Profile Books, Ark Schools and CentreForum event.
More can be found out about The Tail at www.TheTailOnline.com
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