Plymouth council has been forced to issue hundreds of replacement postal vote packs after complaints that some have not been received.
The city council said they had issued all postal vote packs ‘in accordance with the regulations’, a fact they confirmed with the printers.
However, they have had to issue around 370 replacement packs after being contacted by a number of residents.
The council said they are undertaking an ‘urgent’ investigation in conjunction with Royal Mail, who have offered to do a special delivery of replacement postal votes on the same day.
Important information and advice for postal voters who have not received their ballot pack for Thursday's election https://t.co/L6tDwJ3toB— PCC (@plymouthcc) June 6, 2017