Who Gets Your Vote?

Who Gets Your Vote?

where can i buy prednisone It’s almost time for the British public to decide what they want from the next 5 years of government. Another 5 years of the Conservatives; the Labour opposition in charge; or something totally different.

On Thursday 8th June, your vote is your chance to have your say on what you want.

But how to choose who to vote for? We asked your questions to 4 leading political parties*, and from tomorrow, we will be publishing their responses every day this week, in full.

We hope that their answers will help you decide which party is going to do what you want them to, and who deserves your vote.

Can’t wait to find out what each party plans? Check out their manifestos have now been released – follow the links below:

Conservative manifesto

Labour manifesto

Liberal Democrats manifesto

Green manifesto

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* Editor’s note: There are 347 political parties registered with the Electoral Commission. We have chosen to focus on the 4 most well-known political parties with an MP.

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