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Don’t lose your vote in the European   Parliamentary elections The European Parliamentary elections and local elections in some areas are just 4 weeks away, but many people will be unable to have their say unless they take action now. It’s simple: if you are not on the electoral register, you won’t be able to vote. If that’s you, why not take five minutes now to print off a registration form at www.aboutmyvote.co.uk? It’s really important to return your form to your local authority by the deadline of Tuesday 6 May if you want to want to cast a vote in the elections. Research by the UK Electoral Commission has shown that 44% of those not registered to vote mistakenly believe that they are – so it’s also really important to double check. You can do this by calling or emailing the electoral registration officer at your local authority. If you’re not sure who this is, you can use the postcode search on www.aboutmyvote.co.uk to find their details. The campaign If you’re confident that you’re already on the register, why not use this chance to join the campaign and spread the message amongst your friends and family? Tweet a link and tell your friends and family that printable registration forms are available from www.aboutmyvote.co.uk
Remember: the deadline to register to vote is Tuesday 6 May. It’s your vote, don’t lose it.
The MCB congratulates Sajid Javid, who has made history by being the first South Asian of Muslim heritage to become Secretary of State. We welcome the following British Muslims who took their seat in Parliament in 2010. We hope they will serve all their constituents, and be role models for the rest of us.

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We invited the three main political parties to respond to the main issues affecting Muslim communities. Read Nick Clegg's personal response, together with the Labour Party answers to our questions. We're waiting to hear from the Tories, but highlight they're statements made elsewhere.

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Muslims urged to vote for the common good A joint statement from Islamic Scholars in the UK about participation in the forthcoming local and general elections.

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Don’t lose your vote in the European Parliamentary elections

Don’t lose your vote in the European

 

Parliamentary elections

The European Parliamentary elections and local elections in some areas are just 4 weeks away, but many people will be unable to have their say unless they take action now.

It’s simple: if you are not on the electoral register, you won’t be able to vote. If that’s you, why not take five minutes now to print off a registration form at www.aboutmyvote.co.uk? It’s really important to return your form to your local authority by the deadline of Tuesday 6 May if you want to want to cast a vote in the elections.

Research by the UK Electoral Commission has shown that 44% of those not registered to vote mistakenly believe that they are – so it’s also really important to double check. You can do this by calling or emailing the electoral registration officer at your local authority. If you’re not sure who this is, you can use the postcode search on www.aboutmyvote.co.uk to find their details.

The campaign

If you’re confident that you’re already on the register, why not use this chance to join the campaign and spread the message amongst your friends and family?

Tweet a link and tell your friends and family that printable registration forms are available from www.aboutmyvote.co.uk

Remember: the deadline to register to vote is Tuesday 6 May. It’s your vote, don’t lose it.

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6 May 2014 is your deadline to ensure you are registered to vote. Follow the link to learn how to register today!

 

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MCB launches campaign for Muslims to Vote

Today the Muslim Council of Britain launches a programme of activities to encourage British Muslims to vote. To also raise issues for policy makers to consider. The initiative starts with a historic statement from Britains leading Muslim scholars, outlining a compelling case for Muslims to vote.



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