Politics and political activity in the UK.
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British Government and Politics on the Internet
Keele University's directory of government and political resources on the internet.
British Politics Page
A guide to British politics. Information, resources and external links. It uses a Mediawiki database, which allows volunteer editors to join.
Guardian Politics: Ask Aristotle
Searchable database of MPs, ministers, election candidates, constituency map and parliamentary activity. Includes biographies, jobs and committees, voting records and contact information.
ITC (International Teledemocracy Centre)
Technology to enhance and support the democratic process, including an online petition system.
A site maintained by a small collective of libertarian communists based in and around London.
Member of Parliament for Shrewsbury & Atcham between 1997 and 2005. He crossed the floor of the House of Commons twice.
Magazine format articles on current issues in world politics, covering themes such as the environment and climate change, globalisation, European, American and World politics, and security and terrorism; written by well-known academics and journalists.
Politics of the United Kingdom
Wikipedia article which links to additional entries such as Parliament, MPs, the Prime Minister, local government, elections, and political parties.
The Public Whip
Analysis of MP voting records and written answers. Monthly email newsletter.
Provides links to Hansard speeches and written answers, organised by date, topic or MP. Allows users to add comments and links to individual speeches.
UK Local Government Information
With clickable maps to find every principle local authority in the UK, plus information on council composition and by-elections.
Unite the Union
Campaigns to stop the cuts at community level.
Allows UK citizens to send emails or faxes to their MP, MEPs and other elected representatives.
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