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Reader's letter: Election suggestions

Boris Johnson gave the British electorate a democratic vote over Brexit. The majority voted to leave the EU.

I wonder if the British people would consider any of the following five comments:


1.By law (with some exceptions) everyone of voting age has to vote at General Elections.

2.After this time, if there is no out-right winner, one week later another General Election has to take place to decide an out-right plus 50% winner

3.All politicians shall be voted in by the local electorate for a five-year period at a time.

4.50% of the politicians shall be male and 50% female

5.All politicians shall be born, live and work in their constitutional area.

I think, as a pensioner, is it going to happen? – D. KING, Sutton-on-Trent.

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