This week the
Libdems release disability manifesto
commentary on the main party manifestos- here is a selection of what we have added
Centre for Social Justice debate on compassion in British politics.
Get the full results and more on our scoop.it page which has links to the latest manifestos and comment.
other major new Sites for election decision making this week.
Fantasy Front page
Who would be your fantasy front bench for the UK government choose 22 politicians. This fun open source tool has been created with the support of mySociety and Joseph Rowntree Trust using data from Public Whip and They Work For You. It encourages voters to deepen their knowledge of the work of politicians by providing them with information on individual MP voting records on specific issues.
Other recommended voter education tools for 2015 include:
Democratic dashboard find out the facts and figures about local constituencies.
Vote for policies not personalities. – supported by the Joseph Rowntree Trust. Encourages voters to examine the content of the manifestos
Who gets my vote from Queen Mary College. Answer the questions to find out your party.
Position dial produced in collaboration with the University of Westminster enables users to compare their own viewpoint with party policies using a online dial.
Vote match from unlock democracy. Take the quiz and in under 5 minutes find out who you should vote for!
Remember we are storing more reports and reaction on our scoop.it page
Try our scoop.it page which has links to the latest manifestos and comment.