7. POLICE ELECTIONS 'WILL BE A SHAMBLES'
The November elections for police and crime commissioners will be a "shambles" and will attract an all-time low turnout of electors, the Electoral Reform Society has warned. It predicts that turnout for the elections, which will cost £75 million to hold, will be about 18.5 per cent. Katie Ghose, the society’s chief executive, said: “This election is beginning to look like a perfect storm."