"From Majority Rule to Inclusive Politics - Electing a Power-Sharing Coalition" is due to be published by Springer, (Heidelberg and Berlin), this autumn. http://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783319234991
Katy Haward has reviewed Defining Democracy in the journal, Representation:
and Miloš Brunclík has done the same in Central European Political Studies:
This letter was published in the Irish News, Aug 19th. In a second letter, I predicted a result with candidates A-B-C-D getting A 60%, B 20% (not a bad guess, really), C 10% and D 10% of the 1st preferences, but if the A, C and D supporters all give B their 2nd preferences and A their 4th, then in a Borda Count election, (not A but) B would have been the most popular.
And this second letter was in The Guardian on 14 Sept.
A press release, calling for the SNP to get PR-STV for Westminster elections. And The Guardian published a version of this letter on 11th May,
Most MPs were not first-past-the-post because they didn't even reach it. Only 48.6 per cent of the MPs, 316 of them, were elected by a majority of their constituents. Yet they now use majority voting in parliament?