Letter to Cabinet Office on EU Referendum Right to Vote

The following Freedom of Information request has been sent to the Cabinet Office, by Brian Cave a key member of our campaigning team:

Dear Cabinet Office,
Many British Citizens will have resided in mainland Europe for more
than 15 years [they thereby have no franchise in UK elections) when
any referendum on the IN/OUT question is operational. They are
deeply concerned about the relationship between the UK and the EU.
What measures will be in place to enable Citizens residing outside
the UK for more than 15 years, but who reside within the EU/EEA, to
have a democratic voice in such a referendum?

Yours faithfully, Brian Cave

You can ‘follow’ the response (which MUST be given by law before 7th March) via this link below:


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1 Response to Letter to Cabinet Office on EU Referendum Right to Vote

  1. Peter Courtney-Green says:

    Follow the response if you like but the reply, once you’ve disentangled the Sir Humphreyisms, will be “We will do nothing to give you a democratic voice because we don’t give a toss about people like you.” Still, it’s worth a try.

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