Fewer than 0.1% of the UK's 45m voters have objected to proposed changes to 'rotten' constituency boundaries that distort election results and deny voters an equal vote, the Guardian reports.
Actually it doesn't. You probably spotted that. It actually reports the 40,000 objections as evidence of national support for Labour's and the Libdems' corrupt and inequitable advantage in the 'rotten' seats under the strap 'England's Anguish'. And as Labour and the LibDems have some 200,000 members between them who could have written to the Electoral Commission, the result suggests that fewer than a quarter of their own voters want to retain their corrupt and skewed electoral advantage.