Up to two million EU citizens living in the UK could have been denied the chance to vote in the European elections


Up to two million EU citizens living in the UK could have been denied the chance to vote in the European elections because of councils’ failure to register them in time, a campaign group warned on Thursday.

Thousands went on social media under the hashtag #deniedmyvote to complain that they had either been turned away from polling stations or barred from voting because of delays in registering them.

Britons overseas claimed they had been denied a vote because councils did not send them their postal voting ballots.

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