Category Archives: Voting from Australia

Australia, US, Canada, Spain, France grant full overseas voting rights.

The purpose of the briefing note below by CReAM (Centre for Research & Analysis of Migration), is to inform the UK’s national discussion about immigration. Immigration is a key issue not only for British citizens in the UK but also concerns British expatriate … Continue reading

Posted in All EU Brits Need Voice, Canada Grants Full Voting Rights, Diaspora is National Resource, Expats Contribute to UK, Exporting for Britain, Outdated Objections to Voters Overseas, Voting from Australia, Voting Rights, Why Low Expat Voting Rates | Tagged , , , | 2 Comments

Voting from Australia

Continuing the theme as to whether British citizens living abroad are apathetic or not about voting in UK elections (as is still your right for up to 15 years), Australia is a good example to take, hosting the largest (+1 million) and farthest … Continue reading

Posted in +5 million British Expats Abroad, Anomaly of Voteless Expat Brits in EU, Benefits of Internet Voting, Electoral Commission, French Internet Voting, Harry Shindler's Human Right to Vote, Low Turnouts: both UK & US, Neglect or Apathy, Overseas Voter Turnout:UKvsUS, Voting from Australia | 1 Comment