ER Editor: In view of the election steal by Biden’s side in the US, for which there is a vast amount of admissible evidence, this is a significant story for the UK, yet it doesn’t seem to be getting picked up by many outlets. France has also rejected voting machines this past week in a decisive Senate vote. See French Senate Rejects Voting Machines for 2022 by Large Majority.
Countries like Italy and France have strict regulations requiring photo ID to be presented at the voting booth on the day for very good reason. It is frankly surprising why the US and UK have not had the same requirement up to now.
Voters will need to show photo ID at polling stations from 2023 to crack down on fraud under laws to be announced
ISABELLA NIKOLIC for Mail Online
Voters are set to have to show photographic ID in order to vote at polling stations from 2023 in a bid to crack down on fraud.
The new plans will be set out in a new Electoral Integrity Bill which will be announced in the Queen’s speech in spring in a bid to get rid of electoral fraud.
Library cards, driving licences and passports will be accepted under the new system, differing from now when voters simply state their name and address.
Those without a form of photographic ID will have to get in touch with their local council who will provide them with a free document allowing them to vote.
An estimated 3.5million voters may not have photo ID in the UK.
And critics argue that it will disproportionately negatively affect marginal groups such as ethnic minorities.
Voter rights group, the Electoral Reform Society, has called the new plans a ‘dangerous plan to deny people the vote.’
Labour’s shadow minister for democracy, Cat Smith, told The Sun: ‘It doesn’t matter how the Government dresses it up, these plans will make it harder for working class, older and black people to vote. Giving people a say at the ballot box helps make our democratic country what it is, and we must not do anything to undermine that.’
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