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Government to extend voter registration deadline by 48 hours as David Cameron urges would The move which is expected to require emergency legislation came after thousands of people were prevented from registering by the original deadline of midnight on Tuesday when a Government website crashed.

A statement was being made to MPs by Leader of the Commons Chris Grayling to set out the procedure for implementing the change. Cabinet Office minister Matt Hancock said: "Following discussions with the Electoral Commission and strong cross party pandora bracelet for sale support expressed in the House of Commons, we will introduce secondary legislation to extend the deadline for voter registration until midnight tomorrow. "Having taken the decision today, we think it is right to extend to midnight tomorrow to allow people who have not yet registered time to get the message that registration is still open and get themselves registered." Government trying to 'skew' results Brexit campaigners accused the Government of trying to "skew" the result of the EU referendum by extending the deadline. The chief executive of the Vote Leave campaign, Matthew Elliott, said the Government was "trying to register as many likely Remain voters as possible" amid speculation that thousands of those prevented from registering were younger people who are thought to be more likely to back EU membership. In a message to supporters, Mr Elliott urged them to get Brexit backing friends and family to apply for a vote, with the message: "Don't let the Government skew the result of the referendum make sure you and your friends are all registered today." Why I'm excited that I can now vote A student who son pandora charm was amongst thousands of people struggling to register to vote in the EU referendum after a website crash said he is "excited" he will be able to have his say, after the deadline was extended. Jordan Parker tried to register for more than two hours on Tuesday night before finally managing to do so six minutes past the deadline after the website started responding. The dance student said the Government had made the "right decision" in extending the deadline until midnight on Thursday. Jeremy Corbyn pandora bracelets uk to face live TV audience Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is to make his first major set piece TV appearance of the Brexit battle after criticism he has kept too low a profile in the Remain campaign. Mr Corbyn will face questions from a live Sky News studio audience of young voters on Monday June 20, just days before the poll that will define Britain's relationship with Europe for decades to come. However, the Labour leader will stick to his refusal to share platforms with Conservatives or the cross party Stronger In campaign, a spokesman said. William Hague, the former Conservative leader and Foreign Secretary, is speaking this afternoon at Chatham House. He saysBritain leaving Europe could "intensify" the "risk of pandora bracelet with charms for sale the West splitting and turning in on itself." Mr Hague says it is a "total fantasy" to believe leaving the EU would not damage Britain's economy and hits out at the "bland assurance" of Leave campaigners that Britain would negotiate a satisfactory deal with the EU in the event of a Brexit. He admits he has in the past been an outspoken eurosceptic, who opposed the euro, the Lisbon Treaty and an EU military headquarters, but insists: "There are important reasons why even those of us with critical and sceptical views of Europe should cast our votes to remain". He says: "None of my views on these subjects have changed. I remain a critic of many aspects of the way in which European institutions work. "My four years as Foreign Secretary did nothing to diminish my euro scepticism. But holding these views as I do, I have never believed it would be right for Britain to leave the European Union.

He says: "I'm the first to say Europe isn't perfect. I've spent my political life standing up to it. But for all its imperfections, it protects jobs and boosts our standing and power in the world.

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