YOUNGSTERS can help to decide what their Youth Parliament representatives should campaign for on behalf of the nation.
A UK-wide ballot will give 11 to 18-year-olds across the country the chance to decide what members should debate and vote on – during their sitting in the House of Commons this November – to be their campaign for the year ahead.
Issues range from youth unemployment to same sex marriage and from youth services to the national minimum wage.
To take part in the Make Your Mark ballot before October 12 visit www.mi-vote.com/mym
Ballot papers have also been sent to councils, schools, and youth clubs across the UK for young people to fill in.