When we are balloted in a General Election, there is absolutely no control over who is on the electoral list. You receive a form from the local electoral commission or local authority that asks you who is resident and eligible to vote at your address. You fill in and return the form, but if you inflate the number of residents, nobody checks.
But of course this is capitalist democracy. At BA it was workers’ democracy (see news article) which led to an overwhelming vote for a strike at the end of last year, which is why Mrs Justice Cox QC outlawed it.
In 2005, Cox was awarded a lifetime achievement award for her commitment to the protection of equality and human rights by the Liberty and Justice organisations. That’s capitalist rights for you.