Compass is working hard to link people together

One of our challenges in our nation is that depending on where we live, many of our votes do not achieve a very good result. A location such as Sussex is a classic example. If people live or work outside of Brighton and Hove, irrespective of the votes in most locations, the constituencies will be responded by the Conservative Party. There have of course been some locations such as Eastbourne, Lewes, Hastings and Rye and Crawley where in the past a Liberal Democratic or Labour MP has been achieved. However in the other 9 constituencies there has never been a non Conservative MP. Here in Brighton and Hove we have been represented by Labour and the Green Party for the last few years although I can recall many years ago when it was also a Conservative area. So the reality is we need a Proportional Representation here in Sussex and indeed across the UK. We need to have a response from our votes that will ensure that we can be represented in a more effective way. I know many people in parts of Sussex that are very frustrated and so if we can work to support the Compass approach to link together the parties, once they are able to remove the current Government, that they can introduce proprotional representation for the future of all of us.

The Compass agency is available here on their website. Their title on the page is

Make the Progressive Alliance happen!

Which is clearly something we need.

About ianchisnall

I am passionate about the need for public policies to be made accessible to everyone, especially those who want to improve the wellbeing of their communities. I am particularly interested in issues related to crime and policing as well as health services and strategic planning.
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