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On the first days of Brexit, the3million has some good news on voting rights for EU citizens in the UK and shows unity with the Brits in Europe.
Voters complained of being turned away from polling stations in the European elections, and local teams are struggling to keep registers up to date on tight budgets.
Mike Galsworthy explains why we should forget about Theresa May’s tears for herself and why the real story is the #DeniedMyVote scandal where EU citizens were denied their votes in the European Elections in the UK.
A systemic disenfranchisement of eligible voters may have occurred in today’s European Elections in the UK. EU citizens are being denied their vote all over the country.
Following our reporting of today’s situation with EU citizens being denied their votes in polling stations, we have contacted the Electoral Commission and asked them some questions.
Overall spending is reported but important details are missing.
The Electoral Commission has not kept its promise to help EU citizens register to vote in the 2019 European Elections. As a result, thousands of EU citizens living in the UK will end up disenfranchised on 23 May. This is an insult to democracy.