A group of prisoners have lost their legal challenge to a ban on prisoner voting.
In 2010, Parliament passed a law preventing all sentenced prisoners from voting, regardless of the length of their sentence.
However, earlier electoral legislation allowed those jailed for less than three years to vote.
In 2015, career criminal Arthur Taylor and two others unsuccessfully sued the government in the High Court, claiming they had been unlawfully barred from voting in the 2014 general election.
The High Court ruled against them and today the Court of Appeal upheld that earlier ruling - deciding the ban on prisoner voting does not breach the Bill of Rights.