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Possibly, redirect from different versions is configured incorrectly on gov.uk. In this case, use the links below:

http://gov.uk    https://gov.uk    http://www.gov.uk    https://www.gov.uk

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Marileen       32 days ago     #
Gov.uk website is not working for me anymore. I'm in the process of revising my register to align with that of the US government so that the elections related material is updated accordingly. So at this stage I feel that it is highly likely that Trump will be declared the winner of the US election, but to be honest that doesn't really affect my day-to-day life much at all, the last thing I was thinking about when I went to bed on Friday night was which way I would vote. The last thing I did before I went to bed that night was double check that there was nothing significant in any of the EU campaign literature that was given out.