Gerald Jones MP

Putting Merthyr Tydfil and Rhymney at the Heart of Parliament

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An unfair, undemocratic boundary review



The Tories Plans to redraw Parliamentary constituencies

amount to old school gerrymandering


The Tories claimed they wanted to review constituency boundaries to make our democracy fairer — but they've used old data, and ignored two million newly registered voters.



Now, they're spending time and taxpayers' money on an unfair, undemocratic constituency review, rather than taking everyone into account.

The Tories claim they want to 'cut the cost of politics' by cutting 50 elected MPs, but any savings are overshadowed by the £34 million they've spent appointing 260 new unelected members of the House of Lords.




As per usual, this isn't about what's best for our country, it's about what's best for the Tories.

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