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Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee
The deadline for written submissions was 28 February 2018. If you would like to send a submission please contact Committee staff.
The Electoral Commission is the independent body that oversees elections and regulates political finances in the United Kingdom.
The Committee is holding a one-off evidence session with the Electoral Commission on 6th of March to review their work in 2017, and particularly the lessons to be learned from the organisation of the General Election in June 2017.
The Electoral Commission’s reports on the elections in 2017 are available on their website.
Evidence given by Claire Bassett, Chief Executive, Sir John Holmes, Chair, and Bob Posner , Director of Political Finance and Regulation and Legal Counsel, Electoral Commission.
There are currently no public meetings scheduled.
Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee questions the Electoral Commission