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Nigel Langford
2 years ago
It is now even more important to prevent this lessening of our democracy.

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G Rider
3 years ago
This is wholly in democratic. I didn't vote for this. Typical Tory cronies ensuring they remain in power. Smacks of corruption- Shame on you

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kerry darcy
3 years ago
It concerns me as to what the changes to our schools and community will be!

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Richard Collingridge
3 years ago
These changes are gerrymandering, pure and simple!

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Adrian Fielding
3 years ago
Wasn't this smuggled through parliament as a sort of response to a then distant (ish) forthcoming Scottish referendum? I'm not blaming the Scots, I am blaming the Tories for deviously taking advantage and quietly legislating, under the pretext of a split in the Union, as though it were a forgone conclusion (laden with irony), to do extra gerrymandering at the Scottish and Welsh borders during this, the current, parliament. I am also blaming Labour and the LIb-Dems for not going prodigious apeshit at the time! As it was, the Green Party that brought it to my attention.
Equally sad and appalling is that this emphasises the national boundaries, splits established communities, communal effort, costs a lot of austere Pounds, and drives another division in the Union with stinging irony
Come on Cornwall, can we plan our own "Corexit" ..... please?

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David Thomas
3 years ago
Because this is a purely political move to gain one right wing party an advantage and as such should be highlighted & publicised

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Glenn Gordon
3 years ago
The boundary commission claims to be independent and democratic. However, the evidence speaks for itself, rendering your vote as useless...

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Stephen ozdemir
3 years ago
Changing the boundaries is just a way to strengthen a week party that only have 24% of the voting publick as it stands that is not a mandate to govern, it should stand that a mandate should be over 50% not moving lines to get into power

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Nick Musselle
3 years ago
Its un democratic

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JAMIE PIERI
3 years ago
Completely undemocratic