On a sunny day in Southampton Helen spent some time at St. Mary’s Football Stadium with a group of young people talking about immigration and integration in their communities
Max, 22, talks about university and his feelings on the current state of the jobs market
We asked Franny, Chineme and Eleni what they thought about the idea of having compulsory political education in schools
After our event in Parliament in which first-time voters from up and down the country got to meet various MPs I caught up with Montel from Dudley to see what he thought about politics and politicians in the UK at the moment
While Helen was visiting the constituency of South Thanet, where Nigel Farage and Al Murray are standing as candidates, she visited Ramsgate Football Club and spoke with a couple of the apprentices there, here’s what they had to say
On the most southerly leg of the Voice of a Generation tour Helen reports on her time spent with young people in Devonport, the heart of the Plymouth docklands.
On the road again the Voice of a Generation tour was in Brighton. Famous for its pier, pebble beach, liberal […]
“I just want people to vote,” says ‘pub landlord’ and wannabe South Thanet MP Al Murray, at a press conference at the New Inn Pub in Sandwich today. “They can vote for me or they can vote for someone else – that’s how it works.