11th June 2017
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:
- The Metropolitan Police (responded, now acting upon the allegation)
- The North Yorkshire Police (responded, have passed primacy to the Met)
- The Crown Prosecution Service (no response yet)
- The Electoral Commission (acknowledged, see below…)
Here’s the email response received from the Electoral Commission on 9th June 2017:
And our response:
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 !