I suppose beggars can't be choosers when a survey is reported as Brits voice fraud fears over high-tech voting but still I can't help but be suspicious when the results report that 51% of 'younger people' would vote if there was a dedicated website. What?
UPDATE: More coverage on Silicon.com
In other news the Electoral Commission have published their new code of conduct for candidates, canvassers and campaigners handling postal ballots. It's a long overdue process of stating the obvious but I'm afraid it's inevitably little more than a sticking plaster to the fundamental problems of postal voting.