[Image: Toby Melville/Reuters].

[Image: Toby Melville/Reuters].


Yesterday’s article about the possible ways in which members of the public can have last year’s general election declared void, in the light of an alleged expenses fraud conspiracy, has drawn a remarkable response.

This Writer noted that it seems the proper way to challenge the election result is by court action costing at least £5,500. In the comments section I clarified that I do not wish to start any such action until I have received clarification from the Electoral Commission and Channel 4 News on certain points. If it came to that, I would launch a campaign on a crowdfunding site – Indie Go Go has been recommended, for example.

Since the article went out, Vox Political has received a slight, but gratefully-received, increase in donations.

This is welcome, but I am slightly concerned that people may be trying to fund the possible legal action that I mentioned in the article. No such action is currently being contemplated and if it is launched, a separate funding stream will be set up. I need to keep it distinct from donations toward the running of This Blog.

I wanted to make that perfectly clear, so everybody knows what’s happening – including myself.

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