Voter ID plans: Have your say
In its Elections Bill the government plans to introduce a requirement for voters to show photo ID at polling stations. The government argues this will maintain the integrity of the ballot and diminish the risk of fraud. However, evidence shows that if you’re young, from an ethnic minority, disabled or you come from a poorer background, you’re much less likely to have valid photo ID and could therefore find it more difficult to cast your vote.
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Publication date: 13 May 2021