Queen Of England Announcing Voter ID Requirement For Future Elections
The Queen of England is set to deliver a big announcement on voter IDs that already has the left triggered and resorting to the same weak arguments in Britain that one sees in the United States.
“Britons will have to show photo ID to vote in future general elections, ministers are poised to confirm this week, as a means of tackling fraud which critics claim could deter poorer and ethnic minority voters from taking part in democracy,” the left-wing Guardian reported.
“The proposal is to be included in Tuesday’s Queen’s speech, which will set out the government’s post-pandemic priorities and the laws it intends to pass in the forthcoming parliamentary session,” the report continued.
The Queen’s speech announces parliamentary measures for the upcoming year. The Queen delivers the speech from the throne of the House of Lords. It is written for her by government ministers and lasts around ten minutes, according to the BBC.
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