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One Million Missing Voters but Where are the British Expats?
In a speech today at Sheffield Hallam University Labour Party leader Ed Miliband is launching a voter registration drive. He is claiming that following the introduction of Individual Electoral Registration (IER), resulting in universities and colleges no longer block-registering their students, those in government “are … Continue reading
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Four reasons to vote to stay in EU.
This Mirror Online article by journalist Sophie Warnes provides four compelling reasons why we should stay in the European Union (EU). If you are a British expatriate citizen resident within the EU a British exit will certainly impact you, and … Continue reading
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