"DEMOCRACY IN TRACTION
I am not saying that my own voting performance is affecting the nature of our show tonight, but I can tell you that I screwed up in the booth this morning by giving my second preference for the London Mayor to the same person that I gave my first preference to - because at no point on the ballot paper does it say that you can't do this nor does it say that you are not required to vote for two people anyway. In fact, the voting process is extremely confusing and there is a case also for saying that it was asking for confusion to allow the European and local votes on the same day. We are at work on the voting confusion and found that 100,000 people did the same thing that I have done last time and
that the Electoral Reform Society urged change then, but nothing has been done. But we're also looking at women in Asian households with dominant male structures. In short, are the men presuming and executing the women's vote without giving them the right to do so for themselves?"