I VOTED in the general election, as I have in every election since the early 70s, but as usual my vote counted for nothing in our voting system.

The Conservatives got 43.6 per cent of the vote yet have an 80-seat majority. How is that fair?

I don't feel represented by our Hereford MP. I don't agree with Caroline Lucas on everything, but she better represents my views and values, yet she is not allowed to represent me.

With 2.7 per cent of the vote, there should be, I guess, about 16  Green MPs.

With modern communications the constituency system is out of date.

Instead we could have PR-elected MPs to deal with national and international matters and locally-elected representatives with more autonomy and powers to deal with local and regional matters.

Robert Milne