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Wednesday, 20 May 2015

The way forward for Labour: merge with the Conservative Party


Frank Field agrees was the one who gave me this idea at
http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2008/dec/08/government-debt-gilt-sales

A national government is really a polite term for a one-party state, and a proper de jure one-party state would allow party members to work together better.

If we are to have a one-party state then party members' rights must be protected and the best way of protecting the rights of members is to remove the office of the whip as Peter Bone proposed at http://s477308942.websitehome.co.uk//parliament/2010/10/peter-bone-seeks-to-abolish-the-flatterers-cajolers-and-sometime-bullies-that-are-the-party-whips.html

If we are to have a one-party state then the party's administrative decisions should be subject to judicial review as a public body. The Indian courts have already affirmed this principle.

http://www.dnaindia.com/india/report-in-a-landmark-ruling-central-information-commission-puts-political-parties-under-the-rti-act-1843197

How we can have a one-party state that would protect the rights of its members: by subjecting its administrative decisions to judicial review as a public body

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