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Monday, April 11, 2005

John Hemming applies for Judicial Review

Favourite of this blog, John Hemming (who has quite a lot on his plate at the moment), has posted details of his application for a Judicial Review. Basically it will request the Privy Council (in the absence of the now-dissolved Parliament), to enforce a secure postal ballot, arguing the current rules breach the European Convention on Human Rights on the right to a free and fair election. It should be heard sometime this week. We await with bated breath...

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