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May 5, 2016 9:15 am

UK Chief Rabbi Among Hundreds of Election-Day Voters Turned Away From Polling Stations in North London

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Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis, pictured, and his wife were among those turned away from polling stations. Photo: Kinloss.

Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis, pictured, and his wife were among those turned away from polling stations. Photo: Kinloss.

Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis and his wife Valerie were among hundreds of Barnet residents who were turned away from polling stations today.

The couple, who attempted to vote at around 8:30 am this morning, were turned away as a result of administrative errors.

Read full story at The Jewish Chronicle.

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