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Your vote matters - Don't lose it

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Your vote matters - Don't lose it
by James Williams - Wednesday, 27 November 2019, 12:11 PM

Election 2019

Who can vote?

You must be registered to vote, be at least 18 on polling day in England and Wales or 16 in Scotland, be resident in Britain and be British or a Commonwealth or a European Union citizen.

How do I vote?

If you are registered to vote you should have received a polling card telling you where you should go to cast your vote on:

Thursday 12th December 2019


Britain is a democracy - this means that the people in Britain vote for the people who make the laws and decide how the country is run. If we didn't have a democracy, just one person might be able to make all the laws and that would not be fair.

Who will you vote for?

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Jeremy CorbynJeremy Corbyn

Labour Party – Jeremy Corbyn

•University tuition fees scrapped.
•Every home and business in the UK free full-fibre broadband by 2030
•Free bus travel for under 25's

Boris JohnsonBoris Johnson

Conservatives – Boris Johnson

•Deliver Brexit on the deal agreed with the EU
•20,000 more police officers over the next three years in England and Wales
•Six new hospitals and plans for 34 more

Jo SwinsonJo Swinson

Liberal Democrats – Jo Swinson

•Stop Brexit
•Tackle climate change
•More investment in schools

Jonathan Bartley and Siân Berry

Jonathan Bartley and Siân Berry

Green Party – Jonathan Bartley and Siân Berry

•University tuition fees scrapped.
•Ban single-use plastic and extend plastic bag tax to bottles, single-use plastics and micro-plastics.
•More money for the NHS

Nigel FarageNigel Farage

Brexit Party - Nigel Farage

•Leave the EU without a deal, in what it calls a "clean-break Brexit".

Your vote matters