Convicts denied right to vote
A man convicted of murder in Inverness lost his bid yesterday to be allowed to vote while he serves his sentence.
The Supreme Court dismissed the appeal by George McGeoch and fellow convict Peter Chester.
Prime Minister David Cameron welcomed the decision, saying it was a “victory for commonsense” and pledged that his government would not give prisoners voting rights.
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