It seems that those who did have voting rights in the UK's EU referendum and excercised those voting rights in the extremely limited two option format of the ballot paper preferred for Britain to leave the EU.
In response Revd Paul Nicolson as Chairperson of Taxpayers Against Poverty has issued this announcement:
There is no change in TAP policy in or out of the EU. We will continue to fight for "No citizen without an affordable home and an adequate income in work or unemployment." We of course mean citizens of all races, faiths and languages who understand the suffering of migrants.
There will probably be a Human Rights Bill in which case we will be lobbying Parliament. Our objects are based on the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights — see About TAP. (1) (2)
TAP needs as much support as you can muster. (3)
All good wishes
from the Reverend Paul NicolsonTaxpayers Against PovertyNo citizen without an affordable home and an adequate income in work or unemployment.
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