Typical Yorkshire cheating (not to mention typical Yorkshire bruiser) in this BBC piece:
"The Conservatives are investigating claims a 12-year-old girl from East Yorkshire voted in the party leadership contest.
Cody-May, Jayne and Kayleigh
Kayleigh claims she’s voted for Boris Johnson to be the next prime minister, although party rules say members have to be at least 15 to take part in leadership elections.
Her mother Jayne and sister Cody-May, 15, say they’re also backing the former mayor of London for the top job in the country.
Kayleigh said: "This country has been trying for three years now to figure out what we’re doing and that still hasn’t happened.
“I think Boris Johnson is the person to get us out with Brexit and let us leave because it’s just not working.”
Conservative Party members have to be at least 15 to vote in leadership elections while Labour’s minimum age for membership is 14.
The Liberal Democrats take members from any age but they have to be at least 10 in order to choose the leader.
The Conservatives say they’re looking into why someone, who’s seemingly too young to vote in the leadership contest, received a ballot paper."
Whatever next, suffragette foeutuses?