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Should The Number of UK Members of Parliament Be Halved?
The number of UK Members of Parliament should be halved
It would reduce costs.
Other countries have fewer Members of Parliament and a greater population.
It would increase the quality of staff.
It would mean more concise debates in the chamber.
It would make constituencies more diverse, and hence harder to represent.
It would become easier for corruption to have an effect on the UK.
It would lead to reduced accessibility from constituents.
It is likely to increase the power of the government over the Parliament.
It has the potential to increase the number of 'safe' seats.
It would reduce the range of viewpoints.
It would increase ease of lobbying.
The UK should switch its electoral system from "first past the post" to "alternative vote".
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