We alleged the UK Prime Minister committed an electoral crime and the Regulator passed us to OFCOM

11th June 2017

This is an update to the allegation we made here while the UK General Election was underway.  We followed it up here.

In the process of reporting this alleged crime – on the part of Theresa May – which is described at Section 106, Sub-section (1) of the Representation of the People Act 1983, we notified the following bodies:

  1. The Metropolitan Police (responded, now acting upon the allegation)
  2. The North Yorkshire Police (responded, have passed primacy to the Met)
  3. The Crown Prosecution Service (no response yet)
  4. The Electoral Commission (acknowledged, see below…)

Here’s the email response received from the Electoral Commission on 9th June 2017:

09 06 2017 - Electoral Commission response - Geraint Edwards

 

And our response:

my response to - 09 06 2017 - Electoral Commission response - Geraint Edwards

 


 

We accept it’s a bit of a side show when you consider that the Met Police are currently investigating, but for the Electoral Commission to refer us to guidance, and fail to spot a potential crime, it does indicate either a lack of urgency or a tendency to ‘pass the buck’ on the part of the body that was set up to regulate all ballots and elections.

Watch out for updates !

 

 

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One Response to We alleged the UK Prime Minister committed an electoral crime and the Regulator passed us to OFCOM

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