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Most people living in democracies have a very limited input into decisions made for us.

Many millions have no say at all.

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Should it be compulsory to vote?

According to the Electoral Commission: 'Turnouts of 59.4% and 61.4% at the last two UK Parliamentary general elections have prompted some discussion of compulsory voting. Although compulsory voting has never been part of the UK electoral system, mandatory participation in elections is a feature in a diverse range of countries across the world...

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September 26 David Seedhouse

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