EXCLUSIVE: Scores may have been incorrectly told they can vote

By Dan Peters | 11 December 2019

Councils have been urgently checking their electoral registers ahead of tomorrow’s General Election after being told to install a last-minute software release.

The issue means scores of people who did not apply before the 26 November electoral registration deadline may have been wrongly informed that they can vote at the election, forcing councils to reprint their polling station registers after installing a software update.

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