THE PRIME MINISTER has demanded that voting cheats are reported to the police and prosecuted amid growing evidence that student fraud could have significantly boosted Labour’s support in the election and stopped the Tories winning a majority.
Theresa May’s intervention came after it emerged that the Electoral Commission has launched a probe into so called “double voting” by Leftwing students in the election in at least 38 constituencies.
This follows Corbyn supporting students openly boasting on social media that they had illegally voted twice – once in their university seat and also in their home constituency.
And in Lincoln the former Conservative MP Karl McCartney has sent in screen shots of students who claimed to have voted twice.
Mr Corbyn “bribed” students by offering to fork out £100 billion to end tuition fees and pay off student debt.