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And with a voting system like ours, it’s hardly surprising
No one should celebrate policies that undermine the right to vote
Theresa May faces one of her biggest tests so far.
Policies that affect young people tangibly and old people ideologically should be decided upon by those it impacts the most
News on the potato-front is that Walkers Crisps are threatening us, the British public, with the discontinuation of their
Visiting the polling station with your parents on election day isn't your traditional family day out. But my son aged six and twins aged four have asked to come along. They know it's also their future we will be voting for.
After six weeks of campaigning, manifesto leaks and u-turns, confusing polls and a hefty amount of mudslinging, the General
On Thursday, Britain heads to the polls to cast a vote that will determine which political party will shape the next five years. Here is why the Tories are absolutely not my cup of tea...
You can't simultaneously complain about the future of this country whilst doing nothing about it. Don't sit on your arse and pretend this election has nothing to do with you. Don't prove Theresa May and the older generations right. Defy any expectations they may have about you and show that you really do give a shit about your future.