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The UK Government is depriving EU citizens of their voting rights

The UK Government is depriving EU citizens of their voting rights

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The UK Government is depriving EU citizens of their voting rights.: Every EU citizen

Independent Group MP Mike Gapes has led calls for the government to ensure voting rights for EU citizens in the European elections

Prime Minister Theresa May arrives at the European Council in Brussels on April 10, 2019

EU referendum voting rights will not be extended to all UK citizens living abroad

Prime Minister Theresa May speaks at the Welsh Conservative party conference on Friday but her future

European parliament, Brussels.

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Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May has issued Brexit supporters an ultimatum: ratify her deal by

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Britain's Independent Group MP Mike Gapes

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British voters at polling station, 23 Jun 16

Prime Minister Theresa May answers a question in the House of Commons in London on Wednesday. (Ho/AFP/Getty Images)

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Pro-EU campaigner Jane Pierce poses for a portrait in London, Britain, 23 November 2017. [EPA-EFE/NEIL HALL]

He killed the bill: Britons living abroad for more than 15 years still don't have a vote

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The march on 23 June 2018. Photo by the author (you can use this photo if you give credit)

A vote LEAVE supporter Christine Forrester celebrates with others outside Vote Leave HQ, Westminster Tower

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The UK Government's 'Statement of Intent' is not fit for purpose and will endanger the lives of EU citizens in the UK.

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European Court rules Theresa May's policy of stripping terror suspects of British citizenship is lawful

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Theresa May has promised a chunk of money for the poorest towns in the UK (Getty Images)

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The Chair of Votes for Irish Citizens Abroad (VICA), Dr Mary Hickman, welcomed Mr Hayes' proposals to extend voting rights to the diaspora, ...

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Theresa May will let all EU citizens stay in the UK if there is no Brexit deal

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Vote Leave argues that second-generation immigrants bear the brunt of new migration © Getty

The United Kingdom is in the grip of a national debate about the future of local communities, the rights and freedoms of British and EU citizens and about ...

UK citizens in the EU and EU citizens in the UK with In Limbo banner and "Denied a vote, denied a voice" banner

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Labour's flip-flopping and game-playing on Brexit has failed its voters and the country

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'Their ultimate failure to prevent the UK from stumbling over the Brexit cliffs of Dover. '

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Inclusion Europe asked its members: What is the situation in your country when it comes to voting rights and the right to be elected?

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