Britons abroad for longer than 15 years denied vote in general election
Campaign groups accusing Tories of breaking promise made in October 2016 to scrap 15-year time limit
Up to 3 million Britons living overseas are to be denied a vote in the general election, the Cabinet Office has confirmed.
In a letter sent to the New Europeans campaign group on Friday, the Cabinet Office said that “unfortunately” British citizens who had lived abroad for longer than 15 years would not be entitled to vote on 8 June. Continue reading...
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