Government backtracks and say they’ll accept name tag in underwear as voter ID

The British government will backtrack on voter ID after a strong backlash forced them to rethink their plans.

Instead of photographic ID, voters will now simply be allowed to show the name tag in their underwear when they go to vote.

‘We realise that not everyone can afford photo ID at this point which is why we’ve come up with this compromise,’ said a government official.

Name tags must specifically appear on underwear as anywhere else would not be invasive enough to put people off of voting.

All polling stations will now come with extra privacy screens, not for voting, but for the removal of underwear to show to the polling officer.

The number of people volunteering to be polling officers has skyrocketed since this news broke.