‘Significant concerns’ over plans to introduce voter ID to UK elections

‘significant concerns’ over plans to introduce voter id to uk elections

Channel 4 News published this video item, entitled “‘Significant concerns’ over plans to introduce voter ID to UK elections” – below is their description.

The UK’s independent election watchdog has warned the government of its “significant concerns” about the delivery of new plans to overhaul the electoral system.

In a letter sent to Ministers over the summer – but revealed today by Open Democracy – the Electoral Commission set out a series of worries about the timetable of introducing photo ID and other changes.

And even urged Ministers to delay the rollout to give the more time to prepare.

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