Y vote indeed? The number of people who actually bothered voting at the General Election 2001 was one of the lowest ever, politics is full of scandal, the system that is used means that sometimes votes are wasted, there are only two parties with a realistic chance of becoming the government, the differences between these parties, on the surface, seems very slight and you can’ even have a say till you’re 18.
So should you be interested in politics and bother voting when it comes to the time?
Yes, yes, yes… we’re the future and by getting involved and voting we can change all this and make sure that the decisions being made. However to do this you’ll need to know yer facts, what to do, how to do and how to the your point across.
So read on for the pupiline guide to answering the question, Y Vote?
Here’s What We’ve Got:
Elections and Voting in the UK:
Politics in Scotland:
Politics in Wales:
Politics in Northern Ireland:
The London Assembly:
Talking to Politicians:
The EU, The United Nations and The Commonwealth:
The above applies to the political process in the United Kingdom and follows the laws of the UK.
- The Pupiline Team