A Cheshire MP claims voting fraud took place in her constituency at the general election.
Antoinette Sandbach was speaking in the House of Commons where other members also claimed students had voted both at home and at university.
In my constituency of Eddisbury, there was clear evidence of double registrations even within the constituency. Does the minister agree that we should have a central system that flags up people who are double-registered wherever they are in the country?"
Both Cheshire West and Cheshire East Councils have been asked to respond to her concerns and we'll bring those to you when we get them.
In the House of Commons, the government minister ruled out a central system.
We're not intending to introduce any central registration system that would cost upwards of £80m but we are interested at looking at this issue, this is a serious issue. I'm meeting the electoral commission and look forward to taking forward proposals in due course."