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#AV Referendum

# av-referendum - Friday 6 May, 2011

The Daily Fix: Friday

In today’s fix: Greece considers euro pull out; public sector workers in decline; a recession warning from Doctor Doom; Enda and Muhammad; the price of gas and electricity may rise; Eamon Ryan and a helicopter; and the calmest man ever?

UK voters reject voting reform as Scottish nationalists win huge majority

The local and assembly elections as well as the referendum produced misery for the junior coalition party, the Liberal Democrats, whilst the main opposition Labour party enjoyed a resurgence.

Hammering for Lib Dems as Scottish nationalists approach majority

Nick Clegg’s party takes a beating in local elections, while the SNP – which backs independence – takes power in Scotland.

# av-referendum - Tuesday 3 May, 2011

UK campaigns gear up for voting referendum - so what's it all about? UK Vote This post contains a poll This post contains videos

UK campaigns gear up for voting referendum - so what's it all about?

The UK will hold only its second ever nationwide referendum on Thursday. Who stands where, and what’s at stake?

# av-referendum - Tuesday 19 April, 2011

Support for UK's voting reform referendum collapses in new poll

The anti-AV side leads 58-42 – but almost a quarter of voters are undecided – as David Cameron speaks out in opposition.