There has been a lot of talk about rejigging UK politics after the referendum - with several interesting ideas emerging:
Futures Forum: Brexit: and devolution in the South West
Futures Forum: Brexit: and devolution: "The moment for building a genuine movement for constitutional change might just be arriving."
Futures Forum: Brexit: and looking beyond revolt: "If we’ve learned one thing in the last week, it is that communities – not Westminster - must agree what works for them."
Futures Forum: Brexit: ProgrExit and the Transition Town movement
Including a new look at 'democracy':
Futures Forum: Other ways of doing politics >>> "New experiments in democracy around the world are trying to take politics back to ordinary people"
Futures Forum: Brexit: and local democracy ... of devolution and cuts in local government
Futures Forum: Brexit: and democracy: "Ordinary voters never took much interest. Perhaps they didn’t care whether they were ruled by a faraway elite in Brussels or ditto in Westminster."
And the bigger picture:
Futures Forum: Brexit: and a federal UK
Futures Forum: Brexit: and globalization
The even bigger picture is that we are living in the era of 'post-fact politics':
The Age of Post-Truth Politics - The New York Times
The truth about ‘post-truth politics' - The Spectator
After the Fact - The New Yorker
The Democratic Audit blog has been looking at the robustness or otherwise of the UK's political system:
The UK’s referendum and post-fact politics: How can campaigners be held accountable for their claims? : Democratic Audit UK
Futures Forum: Brexit: and the NHS in Devon