Tuesday September 22, 2020

Brexit campaigners' concern at polling glitch

Osborne in stark jobs warning as campaign heats up

3rd June, 2016
David Cameron faces tough questions on immigration Pic Getty

A report in the Daily Telegraph claims that EU nationals living in Britain have been wrongly sent postal votes and polling cards for the country's referendum on EU membership on June 23 because of a computer glitch.

The paper says the country's electoral commission has admitted that problems with software used by some local authorities mean that some EU citizens have been 'mistakenly' told that they have a right to vote.

Former cabinet minister Iain Duncan...

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