October 31, 2019
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Happy Halloween! The end of October festivity always feel like it leads naturally towards Thanksgiving and Xmas. Tomorrow, November 1st, the countdown officially begins. Check out some Thanksgiving feasts scheduled for the UK, and find out about the American Society in London’s famed Special Relationship Thanksgiving tradition. There’s another countdown of course, as General Election fever (or flu) hits the UK. We have some important news on voting eligibility for long term American residents in the UK, and a ghoulish article from Carol Gould about the European origins of what Brits think is an American style Halloween. Enjoy your newsletter!
Article One

NEWS | Can Americans Vote in the UK 2019 General Election?

Article Two

NEWS | Lib Dem Peer says US Expat vote for UK Election needs addressing

Article Three

NEWS | Survey says Special Relationship Increasingly Important to Americans

Article Four FEATURE | Halloween and other 'American' things
Article Five FEATURE | A History of the American Society in London’s Thanksgiving
Article Six THANKSGIVING 2019 | UK Restaurants Celebrating the Holidays - Plan Ahead!
Article Seven US SPORT | NFL London 2019 Game 3 – Cincinnati Bengals at LA Rams
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