Will boundary changes still play a role after the GE2017?

Theresa May’s snap election has thrown a spanner in the works of the conventional political calendar (intentionally so, if you were to believe her opposition). Whilst the announcement to hold a general election in June has ruffled feathers among UK political parties and indeed the public, it has also actively affected recent propositions that were initially assembled under the assumption that the next election would take place in 2020. One notable example is the constitution boundary changes.…

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UKPGE – Election Trainer

In the hours since the announcement of the UK general election, we’ve been inundated with queries about the availability of Election Trainer, our market-leading online training module for polling station staff, for the election on 8 June 2017.…

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