EU citizens in the UK cannot vote in the EP election due to administrative errors

A number of mobile European Union (EU) citizens residing in the United Kingdom (UK) are prevented from voting in the European Parliament elections. The denial of voting rights has, in most cases, been caused by administrative errors.

A number of EU nationals have reported that their names have been crossed out from the electoral roll, or that the forms required for registration had been delayed or lost.

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For a thorough analysis of challenges faced by mobile EU citizens in the UK in exercising their voting rights, check out Ruvi Ziegler’s FAIR EU report Political Participation of Mobile EU Citizens: United Kingdom.