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PARLIAMENT AND DEMOCRACY
PARTIES AND THE ELECTORAL SYSTEM
MEMBERS AND PARTIES
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2nd edn allegiance argument ballot become behaviour boroughs Britain British electoral British General Election British Politics Butler and Stokes by-election campaign candidates Catholic cent Church consensus Conservative Party constituency parties contested debate decisions democracy democratic effect electoral system elite England favour figures franchise gained Gallup groups hand House of Commons ibid important individual industry interests Ireland issues J. S. Mill Labour Party Labour Representation Committee leadership least legislation less Liberal Party London loyalties main parties major parties majoritarian mandate marginal seats McKenzie ment merely middle-class Milne and Mackenzie Minister minority modern non-manual Nuffield opinion polls organization Oxford parlia parliamentary parliamentary system party conference party leaders party's political party politicians principle professional proportional representation question Radicals Reform Act regional representative Scotland Scottish social society swing Tory trade union turn-out two-party system universal suffrage voters working-class