I have asked the Electoral Commission on whether there is public information available on duplicate voting where people try to vote twice through voting at more than one voting booth or, in the case of the flag mail referendum, using other people's mail voting papers to illegally vote on their behalf.
I'm asking this because we did not receive any flag voting papers (3 for our household) and so have requested replacement ones and voted using these. It is possible that our original voting papers were stolen and that others used them to vote. The electoral commission say they cancel missing voting papers so only the replacements count. They have not said if they can tell whether the originals were also used to vote by someone else.
Can one find out, possibly via the Official Information Act (Your/our right to know) how many duplicate and so possible fraudulent votes were/are received for the same person. Any stolen mail voting forms sent in would count as genuine votes if replacements were not requested. Perhaps online voting would stop this.
Secondly, assuming your address details are up to date, how many people did not receive flag voting papers?