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There has to be a full inquiry both in the UK and in the EU into why so many EU citizens and Britons abroad were denied a vote in #EP2019

by Roger Casale in London, England, United Kingdom

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Joanne O'Brien 25th June 2020

Thank you for all your hard work campaigning on this important issue. The rights of European & British citizens need to be protected and enhanced. The EU Green card is a brilliant idea. Best wishes, J

martin-kilbey 11th June 2020

It is important to maintain as much mutual civic and cultural integration with our nearest neighbours as possible. Europe is still seen as hostile to British culture by many; when they have passed on or have lost some of the nationalistic fervour engendered by unbalanced and ill-informed journalism or extreme politicians, we shall need to reassure Europeans that we are not their enemy. That spirit - arising out of the chaos of WW2 - must not be submerged by the short-term rejection of continental values.

martin-kilbey 20th April 2020

It is essential that the voter-base be as wide as possible; there are indications that the bigoted and ignorant, the easily-deceived and the less-educated swung the Brexit vote and the last General Election result. Foreign citizens, especially EU ones are usually well-qualified and well-educated. We must not lose their input.

deniseoreilly2 15th March 2020

I consider myself a European. Europe is our closest neighbour and we need to stay together for many reasons. I appreciate the contribution Europeans from many countries have made to our society. They deserve better treatment from our politicians. Solidarity should be our aim not division.

martin-kilbey 9th February 2020

We have to restore Britain to the privileged and protected position under the aegis of the EU. We are too diminished as an international power to be successful or influential in an increasingly politically and economically challenging world.

Denise Hosking 28th January 2020

I’m joining in because I feel very sad that my country is leaving the EU. You will always have my support, as well as that of my family and friends.

Dave Richards 26th January 2020

The country was hijacked by liars and vandals. People who say they know what they were voting for are liars / vandals / anarchists; many of the middle-ground misled leave voters would vote differently now. And the vast majority of those acutely affected (being EU residents in the UK, and UK residents in the EU) unable to vote, would surely have not voted to leave.

Patrick Owen 31st December 2019

The only means by which the electorate can decide who controls their lives is through a democratic vote. A denial of a legitimate right to vote is a threatens that right and should be resisted by all legal means possible.

Let's make '#DeniedMyVote' happen

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