Why people don’t vote

A voter leaves a polling station after casting his vote in the general election at St Giles Church in London, U.K., on Thursday, June 8, 2017. Britons vote today after an election dominated by Brexit, austerity and in the closing phases, security. Photographer: Luke MacGregor/Bloomberg via Getty Images

A large chunk of the UK public choose not to vote in political elections. We reveal five reasons why this might be the case

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