The latest round-up of Electoral Commission enforcement actions includes this about Keep Our NHS Public… … Read the full post »
Read about how UK elections are run, including changes to the law and what the regulator, the Electoral Commission, has got up to.
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To be able to vote, you have to be on the electoral register and to do that, you have to fill in a simple online form. Do it now and make you don’t miss out on your democratic rights. … Read the full post »
Woking Council is making it sound like additional ID requirements are in place for postal vote applications, even though they are not. … Read the full post »
A reminder for councillors of all political parties about the importance of knowing and following donations rules comes with this month’s batch of enforcement updates from the Electoral Commission. … Read the full post »
Amanda Wycherley has been given a suspended sentence for forging a Conservative council candidate’s election nomination papers. … Read the full post »
The Leave.EU campaign and the insurance company owned by the political group’s key financial backer, Arron Banks, have lost an appeal against £105,000 of fines. … Read the full post »
Another consequence of the serious cyber attack on Hackney Council has emerged, with the Town Hall asking registered postal voters to submit new applications. … Read the full post »
A former councillor has been jailed and ordered to pay more than £28,000 back to Redbridge Council after committing electoral fraud. … Read the full post »
The Local Government and Elections (Wales) Bill is a significant piece of legislation which aims to transform local democracy in Wales. … Read the full post »
A Conservative Party agent has appeared in court on charges of electoral fraud. She’s accused of tricking people into signing nomination papers for the last Hackney Council elections. … Read the full post »