Category Archives: British expats can help decide

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 British Expatriates can still help to decide who runs the Country.

British expatriates constrained to participating in UK national elections either through postal or proxy vote, if not already excluded by the 15-year-limit, might feel some nostalgia for Peter Robin’s experience of being part of local civil society in his blog article “The pleasures … Continue reading

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