A MILLION-PLUS university students are allowed to vote twice in all elections, other than national ones: once in the city or town where their place of education is sited and once at their home address.

In other words, as far as politics are concerned, they get counted double: a million-plus voters able to vote two million-plus times.

Should this same principal apply to their GP services then this could explain why the number of young people who have not been vaccinated appears

to be so high because, if they are registered at both their home address and their university, both places will count them as not having had the jab.

Eric Waters

Ingleside Crescent