Examination of Witness

Part of Parliamentary Constituencies Bill – in a Public Bill Committee at 2:00 pm on 23rd June 2020.

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Photo of Cat Smith Cat Smith Shadow Minister for Young People and Voter Engagement 2:00 pm, 23rd June 2020

If this boundary review were to throw up some significant boundary changes—which would not be unexpected, given that, certainly in England, the data from the last Q review was from 2000—and given the principle of a bare minimum of six months between any major change and elections, what period would be the most appropriate or comfortable for electoral administrators to go from completion of a boundary review to an election based on that set of boundaries?