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Stars say register to vote

Famous faces have taken to Twitter to encourage people to register to vote. The deadline is midnight tonight so don’t delay; do it now and make your voice heard on May 7.

TV presenter Rick Edwards highlighted this inter-generational difference:

 

I’m Alan Partridge producer Armando Iannucci also commented on how older people are offered more favourable policies by politicians because they’re more likely to vote:

 

The IT Crowd writer Graham Linehan made this party political point:

 

Tinie Tempah said:

He then added:

 

Former Coronation Street star Julie Hesmondhalgh said voting is the only way we can make politicians listen:

 

A point also made by comic actor David Schneider, who added that, even if you don’t agree with absolutely everything a party has to offer, it can still make a real difference to people’s lives:

 

The League of Gentleman star, Mark Gatiss, said people should fight cynicism:

 

Comedian Chris Addison highlighted the large number of voters who aren’t registered and what implications this has for society:

 

Queen guitarist Brian May tweeted this picture:

The deadline is midnight on April 20. Register to vote now. Don’t regret it on May 7.

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