David Cameron has hailed the Supreme Court's ruling on prisoner voting as a "great victory for common sense".
The Supreme Court ruled that convicted murderers Peter Chester and George McGeoch were not entitled to vote while in prison.
The Supreme Court judgment on prisoner voting is a great victory for common sense.
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