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Electoral Reform

Once again, addressing the issue of prisoner voting in the UK has been delayed – this time through the drawing up of draft legislation which it is expected will take years to settle, fine-tune and approve. Parliament’s continued defiance of … Continue reading

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Prisoner’s Voting Rights

Recently the European Court of Human Rights stated that the UK has a legal obligation to allow prisoners to vote and this appeared to cause uproar. It seemed that many of those voicing opinions regarding the right to vote were … Continue reading

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