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Time to Lobby over British Expat Vote in EU Referendum
This article in The Connexion – Time to lobby over expat vote – is urging British expatriates to lobby peers in the House of Lords to extend the right to vote in the referendum to all Britons who live in the EU: … Continue reading
Posted in All EU Brits Need Voice, All EU.Res. Expat Brits in EU.Ref., EU Ref Question - Lord Lexden 6 July 2015, EU Ref Votes for Life Response, Lobby for Expat EU Ref. Vote, Lord Lexden Continues Challenge, Lord Lexden-Overseas Voter Discrimination, Lord Lexden: All-Party Inquiry, Lord Lexden: Reasons to Remove 15 yr Limit Tagged 15-year-rule, All-Party Inquiry, British expatriates, EU Referendum, Liberal Democrats, Lord Lexden, Votes for Life Bill 2015-16 Leave a comment
Improving Voting Turnout by British Expatriates
The report below by the Cross-Party Group On Overseas Voters examines how, within the current 15-year-limit on their voting rights, British citizens living abroad can be enabled to register and vote in UK elections more easily and in greater numbers: MAKING VOTES COUNT: … Continue reading
Expat Irish Show “Votes-for-expat-Brits” the way!
Exploiting the power of new communications technologies to gather the views and opinions of the worldwide Irish diaspora on national voting rights, Ireland has demonstrated that its own expatriates are not “detached” from their homeland but as Irish citizens want a say in … Continue reading
Overseas Voting Letter from Margaret Hales, a descendant of Suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst
Read this well argued, 5-point submission (from which extracts are given below) to the House of Lords All-Party Working Group on Overseas Voting from Margaret Hales , who has lived in Spain for nearly seven years and is a descendant of Emmeline Pankhurst the … Continue reading
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Send Your Evidence to All-Party Inquiry on Overseas Voting.
Two more meetings of the All- Party Inquiry are scheduled 27th June and on July 3rd at 3.30 p.m. [Committee Room 4 – Palace of Westminster] Attendance at the meeting may be possible for representatives of interested groups. Written … Continue reading
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