The Huffington Post UK published an op-ed authored by our Chairman Mark Malloch-Brown. In the piece, he writes about the recent general elections in the UK, stressing the need to modernise voting processes, and points at technology as the perfect
The 2015 UK General Election is taking place on Thursday 7 May. Here we present you an infographic with nine facts facts about how the election works.
1- On May 7th, the United Kingdom will hold General Elections to choose which party, or coalition of parties, will form the government for the next five years. 2- Polling stations will be open from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
In the eve of the upcoming General Elections, where the 650 seats of the House of Commons will be chosen, democracy watchdogs, electoral technology organizations, and the media are debating over electronic voting and how its implementation could increase voter
On May 7th, the United Kingdom will hold general elections, during which the 650 members of the House of Commons will be elected. As part of the process, the electoral register was opened to new voters, who had the