I very much hope that six years since the corrupt and flawed election, the residents of Tower Hamlets will be able to vote safely and securely.
Posts Tagged: Tower Hamlets
Law abiding local citizens face continuous harassment. Genuine problems caused by illegal activity are ignored.
Peter Golds: The Electoral Commission has failed to take action against fake newspapers – or fake political parties
Polling organisations have strict guidelines as to questions and methodology. Why can’t we have rules to stop dodgy bar charts?
The Electoral Commission stumbles from one crisis to another – while proven voter fraud goes unpunished.
Ten years ago, Tower Hamlets Council named a block of social housing after the slave trader.
Volunteering is thriving. But in Tower Hamlets, we watch which community groups are being given money.
Peter Golds: The Electoral Commission has rewritten the law to make it difficult to investigate vote fraudsters
It has, without consultation or a change in the law, slammed shut the principal way that investigating corruption of the register may be properly conducted.
Labour claims to be concerned about what they call “voter suppression.” They should sort out their own Party.
Consider the case of the man whose death was registered in Bangladesh on election day. Miraculously, his vote was recorded thousands of miles away in Tower Hamlets.
In April 2020, Lutfur Rahman will have his disqualification lifted. He will be free to stand in the 2022 local elections. Will the police have learned anything?
When there are genuine threats, foreign and domestic, our democracy needs better protection than this visibly failing organisation.
Our survey identified 15,875 of them. Many of these could be redeveloped to provide new homes.
A stricter separation between church and state at local level would safeguard against political patronage.
Greater clarity is needed to prevent special interest groups from presenting a misleading picture.
Peter Golds: Suspended councillors, polling station mobs…and demonic Smurfs. Yes, it’s election time again in Tower Hamlets.
In 1872 the secret ballot was introduced to prevent open voting. 137 years later, the United Kingdom cannot guarantee a secret ballot in our capital city.