Here’s How To Work Out Who To Vote For In The General Election


The political decisions made through referendums and elections right now will affect those under 30 the most and for the longest time, intrinsically because we will have deal with the consequences.

Despite this, many turn a blind eye of apathy, throwing away their rights because of disillusionment and disconnect with the old, white, middle-class frontmen and women of UK politics.

In the 2015 general election, only 43 per cent of 18-24-year-olds turned up at the polls, while only 36 per cent voted in the EU referendum.

It’s really important to vote in this election in order that the UK government represents your views.

Try not to get drawn into the bread and circus of personality politics, and choose your government based on their morals, values, and tangible plans.

Everything else is a distraction put there to stop you from thinking.