Commonwealth Election Monitors Active in British Election

Commonwealth election monitors have been dispatched to Britain as fears grow for widespread Labour and LibDem election fraud.

Some fifty separate police investigations are underway into suspected election fraud by Labour and LibDems. More cases were reported yesterday and, if the election result is a hung Parliament, the final number of seats held by any party may not be known for at least one month because that is the time within which formal contest of a result can be made. Even then, the result for any seat where a claim is upheld would not be known until after a second election has been held.

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