U.K. Voters Must Speak English to Cut Election Fraud, Study SaysBy
Pickles report calls for ID checks at polling stations
Fifty recommendations for stopping abuse handed to government
British voters should be subject to tougher identity checks, foreign languages shouldn’t be spoken at polling stations, and action must be taken to stop postal votes from being influenced, a report on electoral fraud said.
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