‘Now is the time to step up’: students urge others to register and vote

Following news that changes to the electoral register will disenfranchise thousands of students, young people urge their peers to fight back

Students are warning their peers that they are in danger of losing their votes because of changes the government has made to how voters are registered. An estimated 800,000 people have dropped off the electoral register since the government introduced changes to the system – and students are at the biggest risk of being disenfranchised.

Under the new system, individual electoral registration (IER), universities cannot block register students in halls of residence. “The transition has resulted in a significant fall in the number of people on the electoral register in areas with a university,” says Gloria De Piero, the shadow minister for electoral registration.

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Following news that changes to the electoral register will disenfranchise thousands of students, young people urge their peers to fight back

Students are warning their peers that they are in danger of losing their votes because of changes the government has made to how voters are registered. An estimated 800,000 people have dropped off the electoral register since the government introduced changes to the system – and students are at the biggest risk of being disenfranchised.

Under the new system, individual electoral registration (IER), universities cannot block register students in halls of residence. “The transition has resulted in a significant fall in the number of people on the electoral register in areas with a university,” says Gloria De Piero, the shadow minister for electoral registration.

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