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Voting Rights: British Nationals Abroad

Cabinet Office written question: To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office, what estimate he has made of the potential cost to the public purse of removing the 15-year time limit on the right of British citizens living overseas to vote in UK parliamentary elections.

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A re-fresher in registering university students

Electoral Commission blog: Young people are far less likely to be registered to vote than their older counter parts – across the UK 1 in 3 of those eligible to vote under the age of 24 aren’t registered. In addition, those who’ve recently moved and those who live in privately rented property are much less likely […]

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The electoral reform policy plan to end Russian interference in the UK

politics.co.uk: Revelations last week about the scale of interference from Russia’s military intelligence agency highlight the extent to which states will go to influence global affairs. The UK’s National Cyber Security Centre has shown the Russian GRU intelligence agency was “almost certainly” behind cyberattacks on the World Anti-Doping Agency and the governing body of the US […]

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Review of the Community and Town Council Sector

Welsh Government: The publication of our report marks the culmination of a rewarding and challenging year. We cannot say thank you enough to everyone who has shared their views and supported us since October last year. Over the last year, we feel we have delivered a truly evidence based review, with over a thousand points of contact […]

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