Andrew H wrote:Val Shawcross's team tried to barge their way into my building yesterday, it was totally out of order. I happened to have a visitor at the same time and they came in behind him at the front door, then tried to put a foot in the inner door to get to all the flats. He told them off, and I went down and did the same. **** cheek.
Andrew H wrote:My sympathies. But does it really require such bad language?Val Shawcross's team tried to barge their way into my building yesterday,.... F****ng cheek.
Ivanhoe wrote:Seconded.Andrew H wrote:My sympathies. But does it really require such bad language?Val Shawcross's team tried to barge their way into my building yesterday,.... F****ng cheek.
beingjdc wrote:Interestingly this general principle has, in the US, been debated right up to the Supreme Court, which has essentially found so far that the right to free speech "wins", up to the front door of the individual residence.
JonR wrote:beingjdc - having just moved to Lewisham, I went to their council website, and downloaded a form, filled it in, and posted it back. maybe this is possible for Southwark, and you wouldn't have to wait for it to turn up in the post.
... I've just checked their website, they won't send out the forms electronically, you have to get one posted, but you can send it back electronically, either by fax, or email, so as long as you fill it in quickly when you get it and send it back, you might get it back in time, otherwise they'll have to vote at their previous address.
truthmonkey wrote:Visit the site http://www.aboutmyvote.co.uk run by the Electoral Commission. You can download a form there, and return it to the address given for Southwark.
beingjdc wrote:but I really wanted a household form, not a series of individual forms.
beingjdc wrote:I am still entirely convinced that this will see Southwark assume new people have moved in, and remove me from the electoral register...
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