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Deadline to register to vote in General Election 2017 just days away

Deadline to register to vote in General Election 2017 just days away

But who can register to vote and how do you do it?

Unlike the March Assembly Elections which in which the Single Transferable Vote system was used, the Westminster poll is first-past-the-post.

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And while interest is high - the number of people visiting the website to apply for a postal or proxy vote has also risen by over 2,000 per cent - there are fears some residents will not realise it is their responsibility to ensure they have a vote at the election on June 8.

"If you've moved house in the past few months make sure you take five minutes and go online to register to vote now".

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And they, barely, if at all, had time to even read the bill since they received it only the night before the vote. Simpson said he wants to see reforms, such as making health-insurance premiums tax-deductible for individuals.

You will need to your National Insurance number to complete the form, and your passport if you're a British citizen living overseas.

You will need your passport if you're a British citizen living overseas.

If you are a registered postal voter, you will be sent three ballot papers around a week before election day. Please make sure you keep in mind to sign and put your date of birth on your postal vote statement and include it with your postal vote when returning it. If you run out of time, you can deliver it by hand at any polling station in your borough.

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You can also use the online form to update your name, address or other details on the electoral register, change your voting preferences or change whether you are on the open register.