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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.

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    Please excuse my ignorance, because I've not read the details, but isn't question e in the list Matt gives about being unable to make a...
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    I think that in Stoke, Paul Nuttall's reported position as the principal challenger exposed him and his party to the sort of scrutiny which UKIP...
  • User AvatarManfarang 25th Feb - 4:20am
    Eddie With the election of Trump, English republicanism is going to take a back seat for awhile. There is reform of church state relations i.e....
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    Eddie There you prove why I shall ever think you are one of my favourite people on this or any other site we might find...
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    Lol, thanks Lorenzo. We should discuss it another time! Maybe send an article pitch to LDV. Anyway, back to the topic...
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