The government's voter ID scheme risks the very principle of free and fair elections. One voter turned away is one too many.
Over 2 million people lack photo ID in the UK, and these undemocratic plans risk blocking them from the ballot box. One voter being turned away from a single polling station is one too many.
Nobody should be turned away because their driving licence is still in their maiden name, or a poll worker thinks they don't look like an old passport photo.
With no right to appeal, the UK now has a more restrictive ID regime than many US states.
We can't risk voter ID in the next general election >>
"One voter turned away is one too many."
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