Category Archives: 35% Electorate Non-Voters

Still many reasons why British expats should vote

Michael Cushing who regularly comments on these blog postings, quite rightly added the following comment to last week’s posting: “Why [just] state reason for continued interest in UK affairs = “expat who might return”? UK citizens overseas ( expats) I think … Continue reading

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Some 35% of British Electorate are Non-Voters

Some 16 million British citizens, or around 35% of those eligible to vote in the 2010 general election, did not do so according to this article in The Economist of 7th December 2013 “Stay-at-home voters: The reluctant kingmakers“. This 35% … Continue reading

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