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200,000 register to vote in the UK in 72 Hours and most are under 35 years old

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Nearly 200,000 people have applied to register to vote in just 72 hours, and more than half of them are under 35.

That's according to official government figures.

Since the start of the week there has been a lot of speculation that a general election is on the way, with the prime minister trying, and failing, to trigger one on Tuesday night.

MPs will get to vote again on Monday on whether to hold an early general election.

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that's brilliant, we need a many as possible if we are to change things for the better.

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