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“The suggestion that democracy can somehow exist without elections reminded me that there is a fundamental principle at stake here—a basic choice. Do we believe that people should choose their representatives in Parliament, or do we not? Should citizens choose the people who make the laws of the land, or should they not? Every hon. Member must now decide which side of the argument they support.” — Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, during a debate in the House of Commons on Lords Reform (27 June 2011)