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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Recent Comments

  • User Avatarmalc 27th Feb - 8:48pm
    The LibDems need to stop biting every time tuition fees are in the headlines. To the general public they can't win, they were the party...
  • User AvatarStuart 27th Feb - 8:33pm
    @Simon Shaw "Incidentally, you didn’t answer my question: Three weeks ago you accused Vince Cable on LDV of spouting “speculative rubbish” about Labour’s proposals. Do...
  • User AvatarGlenn 27th Feb - 8:31pm
    Simon. it benefits middle earners of £35, O00 or so and leaves the situation for lower earners exactly the same. However, the interests rates on...
  • User AvatarSimon Shaw 27th Feb - 8:26pm
    @Stuart Please don't keep trying to change the subject. Three weeks ago here on LDV you accused Vince Cable of spouting “speculative rubbish” about Labour’s...
  • User AvatarStuart 27th Feb - 8:10pm
    Me: "“On the day when Vince Cable has claimed that 9,000 – 6,000 = 6,000, I reckon you’ve picked the worst possible time to ask...
  • User AvatarJayne Mansfield 27th Feb - 8:03pm
    @ tabman @Psi, I think you will see that I was referring to the MP's expenses scandal which I assert is the cause of so...
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