Posted Jun 5, 2016 by Martin Armstrong
The British government claims it made a mistake in sending thousands of postal ballots to EU citizens living in the UK. The UK Electoral Commission had to admit it sent 3,462 ballots to EU citizens who have no legal right to vote. They claim it was a software error.
In the Scottish vote, they had British and EU members counting votes for the Scots. No doubt, that was one for you, two for me. They now claim that they will not count those votes. Good one. Of course they will count them. Will they now have people checking passports to vote? Highly doubtful.
Categories: European Union