Government moots plans to postpone polls again

By Heather Jameson | 11 January 2021

Communities secretary Robert Jenrick pushing the Prime Minister for a quick decision on postponing elections, The MJ understands. 

He is believed to be pushing for the polls to be held in June or July instead of the current 6 May date amid rising fears the latest wave of COVID will pose a threat to voters, politicians and polling staff. 

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