May 5 election could be RIGGED by fraudsters, voters warned

Potential cons include voters pretending to be someone else, tampering with ballot papers, or influencing other voters with threats or bribery.

Other potential offences include making a false application to register to vote, or for a proxy or postal vote, and making false statements about candidates.

Voters will take to the polls on May 5 to decide their local governments in England, Police and Crime Commissioner, Mayor of London, London Assembly, and governments for Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

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