These are the people who still cannot vote in the UK

0 Have your say The right to vote is afforded to the majority of the population of the UK, but there are still demographics to whom it remains off limits. On February 6, 100 years since the Representation of the People Act was passed - when women were first given the right to vote in the UK, here are the people who still cannot vote in the UK.
READ MORE: 100 years on: Celebrating today's suffragettes in Lancashire
Children
Rules from the Electoral Commission state that to vote in the UK, you must be aged 18 or over on polling day.
In Scotland, people 16 or over can vote in local elections,... read more

 
6 February 2018 in Regional North West , Views: 24
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