By Joseph Blake
There have been some early signs that the media hype surrounding the next UK general election in 2015 is already starting. However, most young people in Britain have no interest in the huge volume of column inches which are about to come their way and they probably won't even vote.
A new poll by the Committee on Standards in Public Life has revealed that four in ten people are so disillusioned from politics that they might not vote at the next general election and that under 30's are particularly disenchanted.
You don't have to search very far to understand why the youth of today have no faith in party politics, let alone general elections. University tuition fees have been trebled, the education maintenance allowance (EMA) scrapped, youth centres shut down and funding cut to all manner of different services for young people. Some of the poorer younger generation will have also started to see their families really struggling, with media reports showing that starvingRead More »from Young people don’t vote because the system doesn’t work for us