Britons ‘should have known date could be pushed back’

Britons should have anticipated that the March 29 Brexit date could be pushed back and registered to vote in the European elections in France anyway, the top administrative court has ruled.

The Conseil d’Etat rejected a case on behalf of a Briton who had been unable to register to vote as ...

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