Top news today: PCCs, Brooks emails, TV debates
Author: Zoe Stavri
Published on Oct 23, 2012
In the news today, more concerns about the PCC elections, Bercow urges Cameron to disclose his emails with Rebekah Brooks and discussions about the format for TV debates.
NEW POLICE COMMISSIONERS COULD LACK VOTER MANDATE- Projected turnout for the PCC elections could be as low as 10%. Is it too late to publicise the event to improve turnout?
COMMONS SPEAKER JOHN BERCOW ATTACKS DAVID CAMERON FOR FAILING TO GIVE SECRET EMAILS DETAILS- The Speaker has criticised the Prime Minister for not providing details of secret emails between him and former News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks. Should Cameron disclose this information?
Related actions: Tell John Bercow to act now to avoid another expenses scandal!
TV DEBATES TO RETURN FOR 2015 ELECTION, BUT PARTIES DISAGREE ON FORMAT- Discussions are taking place about the format for pre-election TV debates, which were first used in the UK in the 2010 elections. How do you think these should be run?