As it stands, the new constituency boundaries will not take into account roughly nine million people who aren’t on the register.
Posted 09 Nov 2020
Rather than putting up bureaucratic barriers to engaging with politics, we should be ensuring everyone can use their vote.
Posted 15 Oct 2020
A cross-party group of peers are backing an amendment to improve the accuracy of the electoral register setting out new ways to include 16 and 17- year olds on the nationwide list – so they...
Posted 08 Oct 2020
They’ve been called the ‘missing millions’: over 9 million eligible people in Great Britain are currently not on the electoral roll.
Posted 18 Sep 2020
An MP has introduced a bill to close the gaping voter registration gap in the UK.
Posted 18 Jun 2020
Here's how to bring in the 'missing millions'.
Posted 30 Apr 2020
The election is fast approaching: and it’s time to bring the ‘missing millions’ currently not on the electoral roll into the fold. If you aren’t on the register, your voice won’t be heard. With only...
Posted 25 Nov 2019
Whilst registration statistics have gone dramatically up since the date for the next general election became official, arguably the level of first-time registration may be being overstated. The statistics we are given tell us the...
Posted 13 Nov 2019
You don’t have to opt in to your right to free speech. So why do we have to opt in to our right to vote? Voting is a basic right. While not enough on its...
Posted 07 Oct 2019
In May 2018, there will be elections for all 32 London boroughs, 35 metropolitan boroughs, 74 district/boroughs, and 20 unitary authorities around England. But thousands of people aren’t on the register and won’t be able...
Posted 10 Apr 2018