- "Our Fight for Democracy"
- Index of book
- Preface of "Our Fight for Democracy"
- Book - Order Form
- Introduction - The Meaning of Democracy
- Roman Britain to Magna Carta - 1215
- Parliament to the Divine Right of Kings 1216 to 1603
- Monarchy to a Republic and back 1603-1685
- Bill of Rights to the American War of Independence - 1685 to 1780
- Pitt the Younger to Catholic Emancipation - 1780 to 1830
- The Great Reform Act and its aftermath - 1830 to 1860
- The Second Reform Act to the end of the Century 1860 to 1900
- The Twentieth Century - Votes for women at last - 1900 to 1928
Tuesday, December 20, 2011
Directly elect the Prime Minister
Today the more an MP’s electability depends on the public perception of the Prime Minister the more exclusive becomes the Prime Minister’s power. The vacuous circle which characterises British politics needs to be broken. It can be broken by directly electing the Prime Minister. The MPs would then stand for Parliament in their own right.The people should directly elect the Prime Minister.