Those now calling for a Tory-UKIP pact should consider how AV could have prevented a divided right.
The use of proportional representation for elections to the Lords could revive the debate.
They have sacrificed their distinctive beliefs and principles and received little in return.
Tories continue to find new and ingenious ways to rig the electoral system in their favour.
Reform to voter registration could have a far more wide-ranging effect than the boundary changes.
No to AV scored a commanding win on 5 May, yet its early days were a muddle of partisan chaos. Dan H
If the system can be changed once, it can be changed twice.
What John Humphrys should have told David Cameron this morning.
What referendum voting tells us about Nick Griffin, Nigel Farage, Alex Salmond and Ed Miliband.
A New Statesman/ICD poll on the Alternative Vote referendum puts the No campaign 14 points ahead.