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Take part in the Constitution UK project and have your say about how the UK should be run.

 
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Take part in the Constitution UK project and have your say about how the UK should be run.
by Geraldine Foley - Tuesday, 20 January 2015, 10:15 AM
 

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Should the role of Head of State be kept by a British monarch?  Should we have an elected House of Lords?  What are British values?  Do we need to write down mechanisms to ensure the deals made between the Prime Minister and other world leaders are more transparent? 

 
The Constitution UK project is a chance to share your thoughts and ideas and discuss a range of issues on how the UK should be governed. 

Register at https://constitutionuk.com/category/view and you will have the opportunity to comment on and vote on your fellow contributors ideas, question experts and have access to resources to assist you in your decision making.  At the end of the crowdsourcing process the Institute of Public Affairs will hold a Constitutional Convention in March to bring together the crowd-sourced data to form a written constitution.  The top 20 contributors from the platform will be invited to the Constitutional Convention where a written constitution will be put together

Visit the http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/constitutionuk/ blog for more details