I spoke to a party official. I was told that there was no cause for concern as the counting procedure incorporated checks. These checks were not performed at every table.
An electronic system of vote-casting would avoid most errors. The manpower savings must be immense: the number of people needed to print, collect, transport and count the votes could be reduced and much time saved. Electronic voting has, I believe, been used elsewhere satisfactorily. Why not here?
H B GOULD
Guildford, SurreyReuse content