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Category Archives: Scottish Referendum Legal Challenge
British Government’s UK vs EU Balance of Competences Review
The current call for evidence on voting, consular and statistics for the British government’s review of the balance of competences between the UK and the European Union, has drawn the response below from Catherine Piper (scroll down) , effectively a … Continue reading
Posted in All EU Brits Need Voice, Anomaly of Voteless Expat Brits in EU, Balance of Competences Review, European Court of Human Rights, Harry Shindler, Harry Shindler at EC Brussels, Harry Shindler's Human Right to Vote, Scottish Referendum Legal Challenge, Voting Rights, Voting Rights:UK-Scots or EU-Brits Tagged 15-year-rule, British expatriates, EU Referendum, European Union, Scottish Independence Referendum 9 Comments
Too Few British Expatriates Register to Vote!
There is an assertion that some British citizens should not vote in the UK because as non-residents they do not contribute and do not have to live with the consequences. Too few British expatriates actually register to vote to challenge this prejudice or catch the attention … Continue reading
Posted in British Democracy in Action?, Expats Contribute to UK, Improving Expat Voter turnout, Scottish Referendum Legal Challenge, Too few register to vote!, Voting Rights:UK-Scots or EU-Brits Tagged 15-year-rule, British expatriates, Scottish expats, Scottish Independence Referendum, voter registration 2 Comments
True British Democracy in Action, particularly for the Scots?
Mr Mark Magee has posted the commentary below challenging British democracy in action and particularly where changes to the Constitution are concerned: “Please share, like (eg on Facebook) and vote to campaign for equality for all UK citizens to vote … Continue reading
Legal Challenge to Scottish Expats Being Denied Vote in Independence Referendum.
Scottish expats are currently being denied the right to vote in the upcoming referendum on Scottish independence on the 18th September, 2014 but there is a potential legal challenge that the First Minister Alex Salmond may have acted illegally. “Aidan … Continue reading
Posted in All EU Brits Need Voice, Anomaly of Voteless Expat Brits in EU, EU Support Expat Brits, Scottish Referendum Legal Challenge, Voting Rights, Voting Rights:UK-Scots or EU-Brits Tagged 15-year-rule, European Union, national voting rights, Scottish expats, Scottish Independence Referendum 13 Comments