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Bronwyn Bishop, former Speaker of Australia's House of Representatives, argues Parliament remains the bulwark for individual freedom
Ivor Crewe from Oxford University concludes governments get policy wrong because they're disconnected from citizens and other key stakeholders.
George Washington University's Henry Farrell argues that Corbyn's rise reflects a broader problem with political parties.
Alan Renwick from the University of Reading looks at how Britain’s constitution might be changed following the 2014 referendum on Scottish independence.
Melanie Sully, Director of the Policy and Research Institute for Go-Governance, sees the questioning of democracy as part of its renewal.
Alex Runswick, head of British democracy reform group Unlock Democracy, says the 2015 election shows Britain's voting system is outdated.
The University of Melbourne's Bill Harley argues workers are no more able to control their workplaces than they've ever been.
Sydney University's John Keane argues parliamentary democracy is drifting back to 18th Century models.
Paul Foley from De Montford University and Steve Martin from the University of Cardiff discuss the potential drawbacks in efforts to involve citizens more in local policymaking and service delivery.
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