Students make their mark in Youth Parliament vote
Students had the opportunity to help change the world for the better when they voted in the Make Your Mark ballot in College run by the UK Youth Parliament.
They were voting to choose what the Youth Parliament should campaign on and could decide between issues such as mental health, knife crime, homelessness, poverty, and education.
The Make Your Mark campaign is the UK’s largest survey of young people’s views and the issues which win the ballot will be debated in the House of Commons by Members of the Youth Parliament in November this year.
Young people in schools, colleges and youth clubs across the country have been invited to have their say to influence Government and decision-makers in their communities.