Supporting a People's Vote in Brent

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Are you ready to vote?

It’s difficult to predict what will happen with Brexit, but one thing is certain: if you are not registered to vote, your voice will not be heard.

Whether it’s a People’s Vote on Brexit or a General Election, you need to make sure you are registered or you will not be able to vote.

Residents of the United Kingdom who were citizens of other EU countries were not allowed to vote in the 2016 referendum unless they were citizens (or were also citizens) of the Republic of Ireland, of Malta, or of the Republic of Cyprus and only those 18 or over were allowed to vote. We do not know who will be able to vote next time.

In Brent, 55,000 residents are EU nationals from outside the EU. That is one in six of Brent 335,000 residents.

These residents must also consider whether they need to apply for Settled Status if we do leave the EU. If they don’t apply or are refused, they may have to leave the UK.

To find out more, visit Your Vote Matters by the Electoral Commission.

How to register

To check whether you are already registered, to find out more including whether you are eligible and what you need to register, visit Brent Council’s Register to vote page, or contact them:

London Borough of Brent
Electoral Services
Civic Centre
Engineers Way
020 8937 1372

For more information on registering to vote, elections and how to vote, visit
Your Vote Matters by the Electoral Commission.

Your vote matters: make it count.

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The UK is currently scheduled to leave the EU on or before 11 pm onThursday 31 October 2019
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