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Copenhagen Voting Rights Recommendations

The Copenhagen Conference recommendation below on European Union (EU) Voting Rights, doesn’t support the recent judgement in the High Court in London against British expatriate James Preston  currently living in Spain, that the 15-year-limit on his national voting rights is not an impediment … Continue reading

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The case of whether James Preston can vote hits the sand?

Brian Cave, originator of the campaigning Pensioners Debout! comments on the recent judgement in the James Preston expatriate voting rights case. Who is James Preston?  He is an English businessman who lives in Spain. His last home in Britain was in … Continue reading

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