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Voters from The Republic of Ireland

Irish TricolourCitizens of The Republic of Ireland who are living in the United Kingdom can vote in all elections.

The Republic of Ireland was formerly part of the United Kingdom.

Under the provisions of the Ireland Act 1949, citizens of the Republic of Ireland are not to be treated as aliens.

Consequently Citizens of the Republic of Ireland living in the United Kingdom are entitled to vote in all elections by virtue of their Irish Citizenship.

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Electors should check the information on this page with the Electoral Commission or their local Elections Office before acting on it - page last revised May 18