(1) Voting electronically via mobiles, tablets, and TV. For a specified period prior to any election, parties + candidates material, (as well as independent authority guidance on this).
(2) Under secure mail, (improved from the current way of sending postal ballot), electorates will be able to vies parties polices, campaigns, as well as a biography of what each of the candidates stand for measured against what is called for on a local, regional, national, or Eu basis. On a certain day, or days, each candidate will make themselves available on like or channel for live debate for half a day to each out to those who close to want to beg questions, queries, or understand the mind set of the candidate to enable the electorate to collective be more informed. The electorate will at a point will receive a secure PIN and on the designated day of the elections, over a 15=24 hours period, (making it available to young; old; people at work; people at home; unemployed, disabled; and all eligible electorates) to login, use their pin, and vote as we would on a ballot paper today.
(2) Perhaps, with certain exemptions, and people making good cause in extenuating circumstances, it will be mandatory that as a UK citizen it is the duty, and therefore obligatory, that all eligible electorate people will vote even if that vote is for an option of none of the parties/candidates.