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Electoral Commission Committee: Voter ID: Fraudulent Votes (17 Jun 2021)

Voter ID: Fraudulent Votes

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Elections: Proof of Identity (9 Jun 2021)

Imran Ahmad Khan: To ask the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and Minister for the Cabinet Office, if he will publish a full list of the forms of photographic identification that will be acceptable for Voter ID.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Proof of Identity: Young People (7 Jun 2021)

Lord True: The Cabinet Office commissioned a nationally representative survey in 2021 to explore photographic ID ownership of residents eligible to vote in Great Britain. The list of identification accepted for voting purposes will not be limited to UK passports or driving licences and will include a broad range of documents already in use, such as various concessionary travel passes, Proof of Age...

Cabinet Office: Voter ID: Enfranchisement (27 May 2021)

Voter ID: Enfranchisement

Cabinet Office: Topical Questions (27 May 2021)

Chris Green: Following Lord Pickles’ report “Securing the ballot: review into electoral fraud”, I introduced a ten-minute rule Bill to support the introduction of voter ID. Will my right hon. Friend do all he can to ensure that this will be delivered by the local elections next year? Furthermore, he can be reassured of the support of Bolton West’s vibrant LGB, trans, BAME and working-class...

Petition - Voter ID (26 May 2021)

David Linden: I am grateful for the opportunity to present this petition. Several of my constituents have recently been in contact about their concerns about the British Government’s proposed legislation for voter ID. I therefore rise to present this petition on behalf of my Glasgow East constituents who wish to see the Government abandon plans to introduce voter ID. The petition states: The petition of...

Women and Equalities: Voter ID: Equalities Impact Assessments (26 May 2021)

Voter ID: Equalities Impact Assessments

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Elections: Proof of Identity (25 May 2021)

Sarah Owen: To ask the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and Minister for the Cabinet Office, what discussions he has had with local government on the proposed changes to Voter ID.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Elections: Proof of Identity (25 May 2021)

Lord Kennedy of Southwark: To ask Her Majesty's Government what plans they have to estimate the cost to local authorities of their proposals for mandatory voter ID.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: General Elections: Fraud (21 May 2021)

Julia Lopez: ...Bill will have a package of measures to tackle different types of electoral fraud – including personation in polling stations, postal voting personation and interference, proxy voting fraud, intimidation and undue influence. Voter fraud is a crime that we cannot allow room for, so the Government is stamping out any potential for it to take place in elections, in line with our manifesto...

A Plan for the NHS and Social Care (19 May 2021)

The House divided: Ayes 264, Noes 367. Question accordingly negatived. The list of Members currently certified as eligible for a proxy vote, and of the Members nominated as their proxy, is published at the end of today’s debates. Amendment proposed: (i) at end add: “but respectfully regret that the Gracious Speech fails to include bills that protect workers’ rights, reform social care...

Affordable and Safe Housing for All (18 May 2021)

Matt Western: ...fell on our doormat. Even though consent is already in place for 4,000 homes, which is more than necessary, it was the start of a consultation, a new local plan for Warwick and Leamington and the wider area. So many constituents in Bishop’s Tachbrook, Barford, Budbrooke, Hampton Magna and Hatton in my constituency will be rightly alarmed by what is being proposed, because it will be...

Queen’s Speech - Debate (5th Day) (18 May 2021)

Lord Pickles: ..., council leader and Member of the other place. She led her council with great style, committed to producing quality services at an affordable price. That commitment to public service was further evidenced by her time in the other place. Her full title refers to Dogmersfield, which is Anglo-Saxon for a field of waterlilies—a fitting title for a noble Baroness. I would like to say a few...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Elections: Proof of Identity (18 May 2021)

Cat Smith: To ask the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and Minister for the Cabinet Office, what estimate he has made of the cost to the public purse of the roll out of Voter ID for a local election.

Justice: Topical Questions (18 May 2021)

Catherine McKinnell: According to the Government’s own research, 60% of people in the north-east have no up-to-date photo ID and 44% say they are unlikely to apply for local authority ID in order to vote. Will the Justice Secretary update the House on the most recent data on investigation and prosecutions for in-person voter fraud, because without evidence of significant abuse, the Government’s sledgehammer...

Debate on the Address: Safe Streets for All (17 May 2021)

Anne McLaughlin: ...that people can believe in. In Scotland, refugees and 16 and 17-year-olds can now vote. We are opening voting up to more people. This Tory Government will require people to have photographic ID or lose their vote. Barriers and voter suppression are not what we expect from the so-called bastion of democracy. The Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill will allow vehicles to be confiscated...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Elections: Proof of Identity (17 May 2021)

Cat Smith: To ask the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and Minister for the Cabinet Office, how many local elector cards were issued as part of the Voter ID pilots in (a) 2019 and (b) 2018.

Written Answers — Speaker's Committee on the Electoral Commission: Elections: Proof of Identity (17 May 2021)

Cat Smith: To ask the hon. Member for City of Chester, representing the Speaker's Committee on the Electoral Commission, how many free local elector IDs were issued by Woking Council as part of the 2019 Voter ID trials.

Queen’s Speech - Debate (3rd Day) (13 May 2021)

Lord True: ...order in the other place, would probably have been better suited to the Twittersphere than to your Lordships’ House. Given the large numbers who have spoken, I will not be able to name all individually in responding, but I assure noble Lords that I and my noble and learned friend Lord Stewart—who, with consummate respect for the House, has sat right through the debate—have heard all...


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