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    Plans To Introduce Proof Of Identity For Voters At Polling Stations Deeply Flawed ...

    ... according to the Electoral Reform Society - which suggests such measures would serve ONLY to make the government per se appear even more of an "ers(e)" than ever!

    https://www.theguardian.com/politics...ed-say-critics ...



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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur Little View Post
    ... according to the Electoral Reform Society - which suggests such measures would serve ONLY to make the government per se appear even more of an "ers(e)" than ever!

    https://www.theguardian.com/politics...ed-say-critics ...
    ... based on 30 years' personal experience as a Presiding Officer at Local, National and European Elections ... !


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    Seems a perfectly sensible idea to me... what with all these 'Alis', 'Patels', 'Singhs', 'Hussains', etc, sending lord knows who in, with their fake or borrowed this that and the other.

    Hopefully they've sorted out all of the fraudulent postal voting too. We are far too naive and trusting in this country. That's one of the reasons why our culture and heritage is being flushed down the drain.


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    I live I Spain so, just as in RoP and most countries, having to produce an ID in many situations is normal.

    It is UK who have an antiquated view on this


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