If you would like to vote in the next UK General Election, you must register by Monday, 22 May.
To register, complete the form on the gov.uk website. The form only takes five minutes to complete.
If you have a permanent home address and a term-time address, you can register at both addresses. However, although you can be registered at both addresses, you must only vote once in the election. For more information, please visit the Your Vote Matters website.
Ahead of the Election, the University is hosting a General Election debate. The debate, which is taking place on Wednesday, May 24 at the Victoria Gallery and Museum, will follow a Question Time style format. The panel will be made up of candidates from the Conservatives, Labour, Liberal Democrats, Green Party and UKIP.
Dr Stuart Wilks-Heeg, Head of Politics, and the ECHO’s Political Correspondent, Liam Thorp, will also be on the panel. Tickets are free, but space is limited, so please book your General Election Debate tickets online.
To vote, complete the form on the Register to Vote webpage.