I could have predicted this.
H/T: EDL Buck
EXCLUSIVE: NUMEROUS BREACHES OF ELECTION RULES AT POLLING STATIONS ACROSS TOWER HAMLETS
TOWER HAMLETS, EAST LONDON – Tower Hamlets Council in East London has been accused of breaking its pre-election pledge to stop “enthusiastic campaigners” from standing outside polling stations, something the Returning Officer John Williams, who is in charge of electoral integrity, described as “intimidating for people”.
With voters going to the polls in the European and local elections today, Breitbart London went to the electoral district to find out just what was going on.
Yesterday the council official took to Sky News to claim that his borough had put in place some of the “most robust” systems in Britain. This included visiting houses with large number of number of registered voters, placing police at every ballot box and limiting each party to two ‘tellers’ per polling station.
However, when we toured the Stepney area, we discovered that large numbers of activists were outside almost all polling stations, crowding entrances. We witnessed them stopping voters on the way in, often blocking their route, and briefing them on who to vote for.
One local resident, who lived opposite Smithy Street School, told Breitbart London: “The big problem is people hanging around outside polling stations. When you go elsewhere there are two people, and they are very quiet.