FURIOUS voters claim they were turned away at polling stations because someone else had already voted in their name.
Brits today braved the miserable weather to queue across the country to have their say in tonight’s election.
But some say when they finally made it inside the polling station, they were told their name and address had already been used.
One woman in London claimed she was a victim of electoral fraud after someone voted from her address.
Another in Hackney said a person she didn’t know had registered at her home.
Dozens of other fuming voters took to Twitter to express their shock today.
Liz, from London, wrote: “At the polling station and someone is being told she’s already voted today from that address!”
Millie Mollie Zee said: “Just been to vote and guess what? Someone has voted in my name already today! I’m fuming!
“Stood here waiting for the manager to ring them back – Labour area and all.”
While another said: “Went to vote earlier, person unknown at my address is still on the register to vote.
“I asked the poll clerks to ensure they do not vote as it would be fraudulent as she has admitted to registering at three separate addresses to get extra votes. They would not remove her.”
Exit polls put Boris Johnson on course for a majority win with 368 while Labour trailed at just 191.
Tweeting today, Boris had urged Tories to turn out: “Today is our chance to get Brexit done. Vote Conservative.”
As he was pictured campaigning this evening in his constituency of Uxbridge and South Ruislip, hisgirlfriend Carrie Symonds also told voters to “keep going”.
The third General Election in less than five years has been largely dominated by the 2016 vote to leave the European Union – with Labour pledging to give voters another say in a second referendum, while the Tories have vowed to take the UK out of the EU next month.
The last election in the UK in 2017 saw a 68.8 per cent turnout, higher than at the 2015 and 2010 elections – with bookies offering 6-4 odds on a 65-70 per cent turnout this year.