Postal voting could beat the winter blues on election day
Scarves and woolly hats could be the order of the day when voters venture out to cast their vote in the general election on Thursday (12th December).
They are usually held in early May, when the weather can be like summer and there are plenty more hours of daylight, and people can be seen strolling to the polling stations in t-shirts on a sunny evening.
It won’t be like that next week.
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