It returned two members to parliament from 1307 until 1832, but was disenfranchised by the Reform Act.
disenfranchised people in society.
Taking the country as a whole, the number of voters disenfranchised is 0.11 per cent of the total.
Residents will continue to be included on the electoral roll ensuring they are not disenfranchised from voting in any election or referendum in 2006.
disenfranchised Pakistani youths are lured into terrorism by a radical Islamic cleric.
disenfranchised by the system, by the teachers, by their classmates or by everything?
disenfranchised politically by an undemocratic political set-up.
What do you think people can do if they are effectively disenfranchised?
I believe that many voters are feeling increasingly disenfranchised.
Previously disenfranchised sections of the community came out to vote en masse.
disenfranchised from mainstream society.
disenfranchised from the political process.
disenfranchised from education and are either unwilling or unable to attend ' conventional ' classes.
As a result, people feel increasingly disenfranchised and increasingly disinclined to engage with future consultations.
France is paralyzed by its own elite, leaving a despised, excluded, largely immigrant underclass of the poor and disenfranchised.
We need to work harder at improving the understanding of the needs of disenfranchised groups.
I called it a " spontaneous civil uprising of a " disenfranchised people " .
I called it a " spontaneous civil uprising of a " disenfranchised people ".
While escaping Deep Freeze, the now disenfranchised soldier shot two prison guards and a pilot.
disenfranchised due to previous convictions.
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