Reform funding of political parties
£1 a vote for candidates standing in elections for public office. All other political funding to be illegal. Yes, it will be hard to stomach some of the beneficiaries, but better than the alternative of rich interests buying policies from party HQ's. It will pay for itself from increased tax receipts.
Robert Reynolds commented
Suggest political freedom best preserved with equality of means, parliament deciding upon and allocating set equal Individual Political Accounts to be spent each year by each citizen, no other funding being available to 'campaigning' organizations, of course in the context of genuine democracy - all of us being 'representatives', living with equal incomes rather looking to 'minimum wage' MPs, or 'average wage' MPs, or 'trickle-down' to save us from the consequences of inequality. Worse even than 'unfair', income inequality corrupts what should be 'leadership'. From the 'highest' to the 'lowest', conscience everywhere is crushed by Fear and Greed, 'the rule of Mammon'. In genuine democracy we will all be 'representing' each other, continuously 'accountable' to conscience. For genuine democracy, teach the conditions of democracy: secure income equality affording freedom of conscience, equal savings maximum ('my cup runneth over') for sustainable political equality. Imagine real freedom of speech, freedom to choose the better, not to be trapped in work of no real worth (or worse), knowing that all understand and choose co-operation. All 'good causes' can be expected to advance with genuine democracy. You can vote for a 38 degrees campaign - under Human Rights.