So many political parties, so little time. These days, we're expected to "know" politics, despite no-one ever teaching us anything about it.
If you want to be able to vote and actually know why you're ticking that box, then you need to brush up on the political parties. But seriously, who's got time to rent out an encyclopedia of politics (*cough* read Wikipedia)?
Not us, that's for sure.Read More:
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That's why we've teamed up with Scenes of Reason to break down what you need to know and put it in a nice little package. No big fancy long words, just the main facts.