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Irish, Malta, Commonwealth citizens can't vote in UK referendums and general elections

Dear Peter, Why Irish, Malta, Commonwealth citizens were allowed to vote in the EU referendum and UK general elections when British citizens can't vote in their respective countries. They do not have the right to vote for the Irish president or in referendums, for example. Citizens from the EU ( whom you support to stay IN) were not allowed to vote in the referendum. This is unfair and undemocratic. Please raise this issue and ban Irish and Commonwealth nationals in voting on English issues in our country. Thank you Kind regards Denis


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  • tagged this with good 2016-10-10 13:06:06 +0100
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