28 May 2019

Thousands of EU citizens in UK ‘unable to vote’ in elections

Scotland Correspondent

Thousands of EU citizens who live in the UK say they were unable to vote in last week’s European elections, claiming when they arrived at polling stations they found their names had been crossed off the ballot.

Thousands of EU citizens who live in the UK say they were unable to vote in last week’s European elections, claiming when they arrived at polling stations they found their names had been crossed off the ballot. Some Britons living overseas have also complained that their ballot papers arrived too late or went astray in the post.

We have been speaking to some of those who say they were denied their vote.