About The Election Law Channel

The Election Law Channel is dedicated to coverage of UK election law. The site contains unrivalled detailed of election law matters, explaining complex matters in plain English and the practical relevance of technical legal provisions.

The site is run by the same team who run Liberal Democrat Voice. The team includes Mark Pack, who is the co-author of two guides to election law and a former member of the Electoral Commission’s Political Parties Panel.

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  • User AvatarIan Sanderson (RM3) 25th Jan - 9:40am
    Interesting example, John. De Valera, as Prime Minister of the (neutral) Irish Republic sent an official message of condolence to the German Embassy in Dublin...
  • User AvatarIan Sanderson (RM3) 25th Jan - 9:39am
    Interesting example, John. De Valera, as Prime Minister of the (neutral) Irish Republic sent an official message of condolence to the German Embassy in Dublin...
  • User AvatarbrianD 25th Jan - 9:38am
    @Geoffrey Payne " .. of net benefit to the Lib Dems" Yes perhaps but, much more important, it will be of potential benefit to the...
  • User AvatarTsar Nicolas 25th Jan - 9:37am
    I would like to see someone come up with some suitable wording for the banning of page 3. Personally, I doubt it can be done...
  • User AvatarJohnTilley 25th Jan - 9:33am
    Alex Sabine I am delighted you say " I also don’t want subsidies to nuclear plants. " You go on to ask two questions --...
  • User AvatarTom Voute 25th Jan - 9:31am
    Colin made a point: "One of the key strategies of the Better Together campaign in Scotland was to suppress the vote". This reminds me that...