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19/03/2011

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> citizens to register for a vote and also register an entry in a Security Service database

When registering to vote, you also register entries with the credit reference agencies. Even though you are not obliged to vote, you are obliged to register when asked. (Also voting registration will become more intrusive.) I've written more about this at http://gizmonaut.net/blog/uk/2009/09/voting_optional_registration_compulsory.html

And a minor quibble: you do not need to be (British) 'citizen' to register to vote.

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