BRITISH democracy is in chaos.

The root cause is a voting system which produces no correlation between votes cast and seats in the House of Commons.

The 2017 General Election saw Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionist Party get 10 MPs elected, despite having less than 300,000 votes cast.

Yet the Green Party got more than half a million votes cast, but only one MP elected.

UKIP had no MPs elected, despite nearly 600,000 votes cast.

What also makes no sense is that the Conservative Party saw their vote share increase in the 2017 election to 42.4 per cent, which was up from 36.8 per cent in the 2015 General Election.

However the Tories lost their parliamentary majority.

How can this be right?

We don’t have to put up with this sham democracy.

If you have not yet signed Make Votes Matter’s petition for Proportional Representation, then I will be available in Warrington town centre this Saturday.

I will be where Sankey Street meets Bridge Street, from midday up until 2pm.