So I see numerous people, if not practically everyone, saying they want a better UK. So I though we could see what sorts of views they are. I can throw up a couple up of the sorts of things I would like to see in a future "better" UK. 1. Housing To me every citizen should be able to expect basic housing. This would not be aspirational, so a bedsit for a single, a one bed one living room for a couple, etc expanding upwards. Ideally I would like to see this as state owned but not state managed. So by licence operated with minimal but reasonably predictable profits. Eliminate buy to let for the majority, its not helping the nation. 2. Taxation To me we should start to transition from income and consumption to a share coming from assets. I see a lot of the issues in the country coming from wealth hoarding. An assets tax should help to marginally encourage moving away from this. Wealth hoarding hurts the economy. I would scrap local taxation ie council tax, and move to a centrally funded model, as more and more of the local tax seems to be going on what really should be nationally funded, eg support for low paid in council tax, housing, old age care etc. Actually I will throw up one more. 3. Voting reform. I honestly think it needs it. Numerous things, spreading lies and mis-truths should be enforceable against the platform and the platform allowed to pass that back to the individual who originates this. people would be far less willing to spread rubbish if they may end up liable. I would like to see some direct democracy, so proper say quarterly polling of what people think. The government (and opposition parties) can then propose how they will react to this, informing the electorate. I wouldn't be 100% against compulsory voting, but we need some safeguards and balances in place. Some sort of PR system for parliament, and the term being related to the victory margin. (not necessarily based on MPs but probably raw vote numbers). This would create a government with shorter terms who had narrow wins. Minimum say 18 months, and maximum 5 years, with a sliding scale, and would need a 20% lead to get the full 5 years. A coalition would get 2.5 years fixed term. C&S would have the same rules as a single party, so probably only 18 month term. A specific rule in regards changes to PM, its 100% up to a party to create their own leader and that leader to be able to run for PM at GEs. Changes to PM would require something like a by election. The new proposed PM as selected by the party would need to run for office, on a support or not ticket, that PM would need to secure as many votes as the last PM did in getting elected (ie total votes for their party).