Our electoral system is wide open to cheating, and Labour is exploiting the loophole to the hilt. Students are openly bragging they voted twice, because they are registered at home and at uni. Some say they voted up to six times, because it is so easy to pretend to be someone else.
The Commonwealth Parliamentary Commission says there is only one way to stop the cheaters. There are 381 separate databases. Only by setting up a national database will cheating be eradicated.
There are reports that at polling booths, the people at the doors were brazenly encouraging students to vote Labour “for the sake of the country” and a very well organised movement was underway to make sure as many students as possible voted more than once.
A national database must be set up ASAP, no matter what the cost, or the Corbynistas will continue to fiddle the system. Organisation is obviously their forte. If the Tories don’t get on this with all possible speed, they will asking for trouble.