Byline: ISABEL OAKESHOTT
Political Correspondent BBC presenter John Humphrys today told how he fears he was the victim of postal voting fraud.
The broadcaster branded the system "disgraceful" after he was denied the chance to vote.
He said he was barred from casting his vote at a polling station because records showed he had applied for a postal vote.
Speaking on Radio 4's Today programme, which he presents, Humphrys said: "I was denied a vote yesterday.
"I was unable to vote because somebody had apparently, allegedly, put in an application for a postal ballot on my behalf. I certainly didn't. I hate postal voting."