Monday, August 30

Bank Holiday Question

Never again, says the Electoral Commission, can a British election be held on an all-postal ballot - with the sole exception of the very next election to beheld, the North-East's referendum on an elected regional assembly , on 4 November.

At the elections for the European parliament on 10 June - about 18,000 votes were voided in the North East because voters were confused by the voting instructions.

Why, then is the referendum in the North East still being held by postal only vote ?

Answers below please.

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