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Category Archives: Why Expat Brits don’t vote?
UK has 7% of its Brits Abroad – Why disenfranchise them?
The Mail Online article below reveals that the UK has the 8th highest expat rate in the world with 7% (4.5 million) of the British population living abroad and the top three destinations Australia (1.2 million), the US (700,000) and … Continue reading
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Financial Reasons for British Expats Registering to Vote
The British government can freely float ideas on increasing the financial burden on its estimated 5 million expatriate citizens when so few are actually registered to vote. Shouldn’t you make sure that you will at least make your voice heard … Continue reading
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Why British Expatriates also don’t Vote?
With falling voter turnout such a cause for concern in the UK (only 31% in the 2013 local elections and 65.1% in the 2010 general election, the latter compared with +75% in 1964), why does the political establishment continue to … Continue reading