Direct Party and Representative Voting (DPR)

Updated September 2012 |

Useful Addresses

A voting system to replace 'First Past the Post'

Direct Party and Representative Voting is an electoral system for reform of the House of Commons in the UK.

A PR alternative to replace 'First past the post' (FPTP) voting.

A form of Proportional Representation based on single member constituencies.

Useful Addresses
Postal Address Telephone
email
       
House of Commons House of Commons
London
SW1A 0AA
T: 020 7219 4272 hcinfo@parliament.uk
House of Lords House of Lords
London
SW1A 0PW
Tel: 020 7219 3107 hlinfo@parliament.uk
Unlock Democracy (incorporating Charter 88) Unlock Democracy
Basement
6 Cynthia Street
Islington
London
N1 9JF
Tel. 020 7278 4443
Fax. 020 7278 4425
info@unlockdemocracy.org.uk
The Electoral Reform Society Electoral Reform Society
Thomas Hare House
6 Chancel Street
London
SE1 0UU
Tel: 020 7928 1622 
Fax: 020 7401 7789
ers@electoral-reform.org.uk
The McDougall Trust


6 Chancel Street
LONDON
SE1 0UX
Tel: 020 7620 1080
Fax: 020 7928 1528
admin@mcdougall.org.uk
All Party Parliamentary Group on Electoral Reform Mr Richard Burden MP,
House of Commons,
London,
SW1A OAA
Tel: 020 7219 2318 parliament@electoral-reform.org.uk


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