Should there have to be a 55% majority to dissolve parliament?

Among the many changes to the electoral system that have been proposed by the Liberal Democrats and Conservatives in their coalition one has caused a storm. From the point of view of the Coalition it is sensible to make such endeavours at coalitions more secure by meaning that it is not quite so easy to bring down a government if it is a coalition or a minority. However opponents consider it dangerous tinkering with our constitution (excepting of course that we don’t have one) and accuse the idea of being undemocratic.

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