Monthly Archives: January 2016

Gimme Shelter

If you had told me as a fresh-faced graduate that twenty years later I would spend my working day crawling around in an acre of black rubber armed with an industrial leaf blower then I would have feared for what … Continue reading

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Modernising our electoral registration and election processes could reduce costs for all involved

Last week I spoke at the SOLACE elections conference about the future of elections and registration. I was heartened to see a room full of local authority leaders unwavering in their commitment to delivering the best service to voters against … Continue reading

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Guidance and advice for campaigners at the EU Referendum

Our job is to ensure the smooth running of referendums and a vital part of this is making sure that campaigners can take part as easily as possible, whilst also following the rules that may apply to them. Today, we … Continue reading

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