Turn Up and Turn Out: why you should vote in the General Election

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Registration to vote in the General Election on 8th June will close on May 22nd, you can register at gov.uk/register-to-vote. It’s quick and easy, and at the moment it’s one of the most radical things you can do

Elections are supposed to be the apex of democratic process – so why do they feel like the opposite? This one more than most, which has seen the current government taking full advantage of its position to ensure a favorable result. They are, after all, sure that their core voters will turn out.

You may feel that staying at home on 8th June is your way of railing against a system thatPalace_of_Westminster,_London_-_Feb_2007 fails to include you, but within the UK’s current political structure your abstention won’t amount to anything.

If you feel anger about the way that politics is happening, if you feel unsure about Brexit, if…

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