Voter ID: stop discrimination at elections

A government proposal to require people to show photo ID at the ballot box could prevent tens of thousands of people from voting.

This includes people like Scram community member Hazel, who lives in a small village in Essex. Like millions of others, Hazel doesn’t have a photo ID such as a passport.

Hazel told the Scram team: “I can think of no other reason for this policy but to stop people like me from voting… [it’s] a discriminatory effort by the Tory government. They live in La La Land to think everyone has a photo ID.”

If you agree with Hazel that photo ID checks at elections are discriminatory and must be stopped, add your name now.

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