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Since 1832, sev­eral groups, as well as women, have not had the right to vote at var­i­ous times. Th­ese in­clude peers of the realm; peer­esses (ex­cept 1918-1963); lu­natics; sen­tenced crim­i­nals in prison; aliens who were not nat­u­ralised; those in re­ceipt of pub­lic alms (pau­pers); any­one con­victed of bribery at an elec­tion; serv­ing po­lice­men (be­fore 1887); post­mas­ters and cus­tom and ex­cise men (un­til 1918); and con­sci­en­tious ob­jec­tors (1918-1923).

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