The electoral commission has received over one thousand complaints and so have 38 MP's from their constituents that Students have voted twice in the recent General Election. Students are allowed under current rules to register twice (once at their term time address and once at their parents or normal address outside of term time) on the electoral register but are only allowed to vote once at one location but have been voting twice. Students have been admitting they voted twice for Labour. The police are now investigating these allegations. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/student-jeremy-corbyn-vote-twice-fraud-general-election-electoral-commission-home-university-a7846516.html?amp If these allegations are proven to be true and electoral fraud has been committed would there be another General Election as the Election would surely be voided? The current registration system needs tightening up in my view.