Reading through some BBC stuff on the YES campaign launch and it's just enforcing my staunchly held opinion that I just do not care what voting system I use out of the two on offer.
...I can't help thinking that if ony we had some sort of elected body of representatives who could make these decisions for us - I would happilly trust them to do so in this case...
I'm not against the idea of holding a referendum on important issues and I will still vote, if only to spoil my ballot with a stick man warfare picture.
But am I wrong, is this actually a really big thing which we should all pay loads of attention to and learn all about and help sway the direction of history? Or is it a large fucking waste of cash for a question that a roomful of 650 MPs and hundreds of unelected Peers could have answered one way or another?