This will be the last analogue election. Labour need to see electronic voting come in by the 2020 election or they will never get back into No.10. It is the only method that will persuade the new generation of voters to care enough to vote.

To the millennial generation, constantly connected through tech and social media, the flaky policy promises and old school ways of campaigning are so far from their norm that today's politics has already become irrelevant. An online political world will ensure policies can be understood, and adapted to meet the expectations of the voting public, moving the focus from the people (MPs) to the promises.

Globally, politics is losing interest and relevance, to save politics, and to give it a future, online has to happen.

 

By Chris Averill, CEO of we are experience. 

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