- Care proceedings reform
- Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007
- Data protection
- General election 2010
- European parliamentary elections (June 2009)
- Electoral registration data standards
- Keeling schedules
- Secondary Legislation for Electoral Administration Act 2006
- May 2007 electoral modernisation pilots and statutory orders
- May 2006 election pilots
- Acting returning officers' guidance
- Local and regional elections
- EU funding
- Flu pandemic
- Forced marriage
- Forms of address
- Freedom of information
- Human rights
- Justice impact test
- Mentally disordered offenders
- Referral orders
- Regulatory offences
Guidance and information for candidates, returning officers, electoral administrators and the public about funding the general election.
Guidance for regional returning officers on their roles and responsibilities in the European parliamentary elections and expenses guidance and forms.
Guidance for electoral registration officers on standards for the formatting of names, dates of birth and addresses in electoral registers.
A keeling schedule is a document that shows significant amendments to previous legislation.
The following statutory instruments for the Electoral Administration Act 2006 have been laid in Parliament and implemented.
On 29 January 2007, 13 local authorities were approved to take part in 12 electoral pilot schemes for the May 2007 local elections.
Along with the Electoral Commission, the Association of Electoral Administrators and local authorities, we facilitated electoral modernisation pilot schemes in the May 2006 local elections.
The Electoral Commission website has guidance notes for acting returning officers in England and Wales on their duties and responsibilities from the issue of the election writ, to after the declaration of the result.
We are responsible for how elections and local elections in England and Wales take place, including electoral registration and electoral modernisation.