Tagged as Electoral Commission

Electoral Commission: Investigatory Powers

They Work For You – The commission has the expertise, experience and a proven track record of delivering well-run elections and referendums at short notice. It maintains contingency plans to ensure it has made all appropriate preparations to deliver a referendum, should there be one.

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Monthly update – concluded investigations

The Electoral Commission – Details of the investigations concluded in the last month have been published today by the Electoral Commission. This is an important part of delivering transparency in political finance in the UK.

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Chief Executive of Electoral Commission appointed to lead new trade body

Electoral Commission Media Release: Claire Bassett has been appointed to Department for International Trade (DIT) as the Chief Executive Designate of the future Trade Remedies Authority (TRA), which will be responsible for providing a safety net to protect domestic industry from unfair trading practices after the UK leaves the European Union.

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A re-fresher in registering university students

Electoral Commission blog: Young people are far less likely to be registered to vote than their older counter parts – across the UK 1 in 3 of those eligible to vote under the age of 24 aren’t registered. In addition, those who’ve recently moved and those who live in privately rented property are much less likely […]

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