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Can young people Swing the Vote?

Can young people Swing the Vote?

The number of people registered to vote seems likely to have fallen this year: the final figures are not yet out, but recent figures from the Office for National Statistics suggested it could be as many as 800,000 fewer. On our roadtrip, we caught up with various organisations that were trying to do something about this....
Meet the party who are going above and beyond

Meet the party who are going above and beyond

Above and Beyond is a new political party that wants to see ‘None of the Above’ as an option on ballot papers in future general elections. They have four candidates, who are standing in Cheadle, Clwyd West, Leeds North West, and Sheffield Central. We caught up with Thom Brown, their man in Sheffield. Could you...
Does Thurrock need a bit of love? (The MP thinks so)

Does Thurrock need a bit of love? (The MP thinks so)

Look at Thurrock on a map and it seems as though the place ought to be yet one more suburb of outer Greater London – perhaps like Ilford or Barking, which the post office reckons are in Essex, but which few people would be able to distinguish from the capital city. Indeed, Thurrock council has...