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We can download that font file from here
But it is from AllFonts only, so it is not free.
It gives a zip file you need to unzip and copy the font folder to the theme you have installed, which is the one you are using right now.
From Telegraph-Fingerprint machines to measuring voters‘ spirits
WE have one of the oldest and most effective ways of administering elections: the electoral roll.
People can be added to the register when they turn 18 and need to register to vote. If they move, they’re removed. The register isn’t maintained independently, though, and so there is always the risk of ineligible people being on the list.
This could be something as serious as a convicted terrorist being on the register, or it could be a simple error, which could have serious implications for anyone with a criminal record or who may be voted against because of their party (as happened in the London mayoral election last year.)
In theory, the Boundary Commission could consider the register when making changes to constituencies, but as far as I know, the last national election had its first scrutiny of its own records in early 2002, and this was only because the BBC had a tip off that there were problems.
The danger of that approach is that it’s a very slow way to handle things.
The new method some of us are expecting is to build up lists of people with certain criminal or other disqualifying features, and challenge them in the courts (or try to!) to get them removed. This is the process which, in the UK at least, has been used against various political party members over the last few years.
If a party has a million people on the register, but only 50,000 of them are „useful“, it seems reasonable that every time the party wins an election, the government should be given the names of the people who helped swing the election for them. That could be useful if, for example, they were a convicted terrorist, or a husband or wife who was carrying out domestic violence, or if they were criminals or drug addicts.
It’s a thought experiment which could happen in time for the next election.