Barrister’s fight over EU voting

Barrister Julien Fouchet is hoping for an imminent ruling by top administrative court Conseil d’Etat over difficulties for Britons seeking to vote in the EU elections in France.

This concerns people who would have liked to vote but did not register, presuming they could not as Brexit was set for March 29, and ...

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