Gogglebox stars feature in the new advert from the Electoral Commission. … Read the full post »
Read about what the regulator for elections in the UK, the Electoral Commission, has got up to. You can also follow news about UK election law on this blog, on Twitter at @UKElectionLaw or on Facebook.
Constituency expense limits used to be a key part of UK election finance regulation, but they are now widely sidestepped and no-one is interested in fixing the rules. … Read the full post »
Last week staff at the Electoral Commission walked in to find signs on their computers saying ‘You can’t use a PC today’. … Read the full post »
The Beer, Baccy and Crumpet party was told by the Electoral Commission its name could not appear on voting slips in May.
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The truth is that still, nobody really knows what’s happening, but with the number of new applications to be on the register so high every day it’s looking very likely that the register by May will be larger, not smaller. … Read the full post »
In fairness to myself, there were two posts nine and a half months ago and then nothing until this week on the Electoral Commission’s “new” blog. … Read the full post »
Wisely the Electoral Commission proposes reforming the legal qualification that nobody understands. … Read the full post »
I’m sympathetic to the principle of having a code parties sign up to as it can be more detailed and more flexible than relying solely on legislation, but… … Read the full post »
One key piece of information at the moment is whether or not someone who is on the register has moved over to individual registration or not. … Read the full post »
New Parliamentary report gives a very gently nudge forward to weekend voting. … Read the full post »