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Browsing the "votes at 16" Tag

Q-MP – Kate Green MP

November 4th, 2011 | by Adam Fowles

Catch21 went to meet Kate Green MP for Stretford & Urmston to ask her “Do you think the vote should [&hellip

When Dawn met Tom

February 24th, 2010 | by The Editor

The Government has launched a new scheme called JoinIn, which is aimed at getting young people to tell politicians their [&hellip

When Anne Widdecombe met Fran

February 16th, 2010 | by The Editor

Catch21’s Francesca Puig has been to meet Anne Widdecombe, one of the UK’s most experienced MPs. She told us we [&hellip

Uni-Q Episode 5

February 1st, 2010 | by The Editor

Julie Morgan MP Julie is the Labour MP for Cardiff North and has spent much of her career working with [&hellip

Lowering the voting age?

November 25th, 2008 | by The Editor

Many reasons are offered for lowering the voting age, and previous reports have analysed and presented these reasons in the [&hellip

BYC @ Stormont Part 1 – Votes @ 16

February 7th, 2008 | by The Editor

Part One of the British Youth Council’s panel debate at the Northern Ireland Assembly. Should the voting age be lowered [&hellip

Youngsters want more involvement

July 23rd, 2007 | by The Editor

Catch 21 Productions led their first political conference with the support of Operation Black Vote last week in Parliament. The [&hellip

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