A couple of days ago I wrote:
Barnet Returning Officer faces financial penalty after polling blunder means voters wrongly turned away
… Barnet’s spectacular failure in the London elections [was] failing to provide accurate lists of voters for the staff to use at polling stations.
In fact, things have gone one step further:
The chief executive of Barnet Council has left his role after a blunder led to some voters being turned away from polling stations on Thursday.
Andrew Travers left the authority by “mutual agreement” after the error, officials said. [BBC]