Award-winning journalist Henry Hill reports on the news that 800,000 voters have 'dropped-off' the register. He points out that the figures could very well suggest that Individual Registration is working to ensure 'real' people are on the register and coupled with the upcoming registration drives should prove to be a very good thing for democracy.
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Huffington Post: Labour think those dropping off electoral register are students. Couldn't they be ghosts?
The Huffington Post reports on the news that 800,000 people have 'dropped off' the electoral register. They comment that this could, in fact, be seen as a success when considering the Government's aim of reducing as many as 1.9million 'ghost entries' and the potential for fraud that came with them.
Within you find the letter that was sent from John Penrose to Bristol University about their planning application to build 150 houses on Pudding Pie Lane and its implications. John urges, on behalf of local residents, that the University withdraw their application before it is too late.
John Penrose MP for Churchill and Langford has written to Bristol University on behalf of local residents to urge them to withdraw its’ planning application to build 150 houses on Pudding Pie Lane.
Standard: Minister Penrose urges Council to ensure maximum number of possible voters reached with Big Ben Stunt
John Penrose and has stepped into the row over Westminster council blocking a move to get young people to register to vote in elections.
John Penrose answers questions in Parliament that relate to means of encouraging young people to vote.
Weston's MP, John Penrose, was delighted to open the new home of local manufacturing company Safelab Systems with Managing Director, Roger Guess.
Local MP John Penrose has welcomed new statistics showing Weston’s burglary rate is far lower than the national average...
Weston MP John Penrose has responded to the confirmation that the Mendip Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty will be safe from pylons.
John Penrose speaks in Parliament and concludes that the challenge of reform is not to agree that change is needed but to reach a "large consensus" about what that change should be. He says that when consensus does not exist "the forces of inertia have a tendency to win".
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