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What does JRRT stand for?

JRRT stands for Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust (UK organisation for democratic reform)

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The central party and local branches offered more than PS12,510, while York-based campaign backer Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust contributed PS875.
The project is run with support from Mysociety, a not for profit organisation, and the Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust.
A think tank, the Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust, in a 2008 report entitled The Purity of Elections, also called for the abolition of postal votes on demand, and also suggested that electors be required to produce photo ID at the polling station.
The Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust is demanding reforms to the electoral system based on regulations in Northern Ireland, where every voter must produce photographic ID at polling stations and must produce proof of identity when applying for a postal vote.
Prof John was part of a team which produced a report published by the separate Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust in September 05, warning as many as 24% of voters in London might switch their backing to the BNP.
The report by the Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust, entitled The Far Right in London, comes a day after employment minister Margaret Hodge warned that as many as eight out of 10 voters in her Barking constituency were considering voting BNP.