Voting by Britain’s Conservative Occasion members for the subsequent prime minister has been delayed after the GCHQ spy service warned that cyber hackers may change individuals’s ballots, The Telegraph reported on Tuesday.
Postal ballots have nonetheless but to be issued to the round 160,000 celebration members who will decide a successor to Boris Johnson, because of the GCHQ considerations. The ballots had been as a consequence of be despatched out from Monday, however members have now been warned they might arrive as late as Aug. 11, the report added.
UK Tories maintain first spherical of voting for brand new PM
Carry on studying: Britain’s Conservative Occasion voting for the subsequent PM delayed after hacking alert — The Telegraph