Call for evidence: The Government’s proposals on Individual Electoral Registration

08 July 2011

The Political and Constitutional Reform Committee is examining the Government’s proposals for Individual Electoral Registration.  

The Committee wants to hear your views on the Government’s proposals, whether taken as a whole, or if you have more specific comments or concerns.

All the relevant documentation on the Government’s proposals can be downloaded from the Cabinet Office website.

In order to inform the legislative process effectively we need to receive your views by Friday September 2 2011. We appreciate that this is earlier than the deadline set for the Cabinet Office’s own consultation.

Written responses to the Committee will be treated as evidence to the Committee and may be published. If you object to your response being made public in a volume of evidence, please make this clear when it is submitted.

Responses should be submitted by email in Microsoft Word or rich text format. If you do not have access to email, you may send a paper copy of your response to the Clerk of the Political and Constitutional Reform Committee, Committee Office, First Floor, 7 Millbank, London SW1P 3JA.

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