Who Gets To Vote? Eire Aliens, But NOT Expat Brits!

All British adults could be automatically registered to vote under radical plans being considered by Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party…   https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/labour-register-vote-election-deadline-party-policy-corbyn-a8865246.html

But when we read on, it ain’t necessarily so.

Contrary to that introductory sentence, there’s nothing to indicate that Corbyn, or Labour, or indeed many legislators at all, are moving to get ALL BRITISH ADULTS on the voters’ roll.


Millions of Brits – good patriotic Brits, and, it’s probably true, lousy Europhiliac Brits too – who have lived overseas for more than 15 years will continue to be arbitrarily deprived of their right to participate in all the decisions that affect their country’s future…

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…despite a pledge that was first announced by David Cameron in 2014 and formed part of the Conservative election manifesto.   https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/expats-to-get-votes-for-life-a7349746.html

That right was ripped away by B/Liar’s Labour Government and has not, despite promises, been restored by any Tory Government.

There is, or at least was, a private member’s bill going through the Commons committee stages, the work of a Tory back-bencher, Glyn Davies by name.

And it almost made it, despite relentless opposition by Labour, whose babbling at the top of our page was thus exposed as absolutely hypocritical.

To his shame, one Tory back-bencher, Philip Davies…



…who has earned praise more than once here on this blog, let down democracy and abetted the leftists, by ‘talking out’ the long overdue reform.




Strange, is it not?

Unlike the recent lightning-fast bill rammed through parliament in days rather than weeks, to assuage the stress and strain suffered by fretting fans of the Brussels Empire, MPs in general showed no serious interest in speeding any restoration of expats’ rights.

So insulting!

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Especially when citizens of continental nations can vote in local elections  – AND IN THE MEP elections, which will skew the result in favour of collaborationist parties – and hundreds of thousands of citizens of an alien and hostile republic, Eire, can and did vote in both the referendum and in every parliamentary election.