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Tag Archives: Referendum
UPDATE: democracy arrives at the House of Lords
A brief update as to the franchise for the EU referendum. The franchise is based upon those eligible to vote in UK general elections – this is why EU citizens are not allowed to vote, even though they can vote … Continue reading
Posted in Constitutional Law, European Law Tagged European Union, House of Lords, Referendum 1 Comment
Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union?
“Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union?” That is the question proposed in Section 1(4) of the European Union Referendum Bill (HC Bill 2). The equivalent question in Welsh will also be posed for voters in … Continue reading
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One Referendum or Two?
How many referendums (referenda?) would be required to effect Scotland’s independence? Continue reading
Posted in Constitutional Law, Politics, Scottish Parliament Tagged Referendum 1 Comment