Do you think children should be allowed to vote?

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We all know children are not allowed to vote. There are many reasons why though. In my opinion, I don't think children (like myself) should be allowed to vote. Children dont always know what is happening in the atmosphere. The government clearly know what they are doing. They make very sensible choices on how to run the country with the Prime minister. I think I can clearly imagine in my head what it would be like if a child was Prime minister. I think we all know . Some kids might not understand whtas happening. Some kids might know everything because they read the daily newspapers or listen to morning and evening news shows. Parents think about choices and take voting seriously at polling stations that are placed most at schools . The government are making school life enjoyable as well. But they also take it seriously. I know quite a lot of friends that would like no school though! I have a clear image forming in my mind! I bet they would close dowm schools or ignore being healthy and eat crisps and sweets for the rest of their lives ( well maybe not every one). But I think we know still ! That's all my mind has ! My mind is completey drained out of reasons.

I hope you enjoyed my view about children not having the right to vote. Do you agree with me?

Yours sincerely, precious_heart

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  • Hammond School logo courageous_fern | Hammond Junior School A
    08 Jan 2020

    I think that children over the age of 16 should definitely be allowed to vote because it is our future, it doesn't make any sense that we can not vote but the people who will not have to face the consequences can. Take brexit for example, just over 70% of 18-24 year olds of those who voted in the referendum backed remain but only 40% of age 65 and over voted to remain in the EU. This shows that older people voted for something that the younger people don't want. This is why age 16 and over should be allowed to vote.

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    1. tom Tom @ the BNC
      courageous_fern's comment 08 Jan 2020

      Good reasons - where did you get your statistics from?

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    2. Hammond School logo genuine_cat | Hammond Junior School A
      courageous_fern's comment 09 Jan 2020

      I agree with everything you said there, courageous fern! It was mostly over 65s who voted for the UK to leave the EU! To add to this, to vote is not a license. It is a right.Why should we let adults make huge decisions which will affect us as we grow older. In our school there is a children’s rights board, and it states [ loosely! I cannot remember the exact words!] that children should have a say when adults are making decisions that affect them! I don’t really understand why they put that up if children couldn’t have a say on Brexit, which will surely have a colossal impact on our daily lives. Coming to a more common approach, people could say that children have weak brain power and will not know who to vote for, but let me tell you this, some adults misbehave, lots of them really! If children cannot decide their own future, what can they do. Why should someone else make choices for us! What is democracy when some people are not able to decide their own future… and most importantly, who made the decision to allow just ‘adults’ to vote?... you guessed it! Adults…
      ...Adults…Adults… adults.

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    3. Michael-Faraday-logo-250x250.jpg precious_heart | Michael Faraday School
      courageous_fern's comment 09 Jan 2020

      I agree with you courageous_fern . Maybe I should have agreed to allow children to vote.

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  • Lyons Hall Primary School generous_clarinet | Lyons Hall Primary School D
    09 Jan 2020

    i think you should be able to vote at the age of ten but have to be responsible

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  • Lyons Hall Primary School proactive_leaves | Lyons Hall Primary School D
    09 Jan 2020

    I think children should be allowed to vote because it's our life as well and we could make good decisions we should be able to vote for what lifestyle we want.

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  • Lyons Hall Primary School energetic_aspect | Lyons Hall Primary School D
    09 Jan 2020

    kids should do what they like and they should be are allowed to vote if they what to because ti am kids life to so kids must be happy to

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  • Lyons Hall Primary School warm_politics | Lyons Hall Primary School D
    09 Jan 2020

    yes so they can learn new things

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  • Lyons Hall Primary School loyal_turtle | Lyons Hall Primary School D
    09 Jan 2020

    i think you should be able to vote if your a kid because your giving an answer and a ohnise answer to

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  • Braiswick Primary School valuable_chemistry | Braiswick Primary School
    09 Jan 2020

    I believe that children above 16 should vote because at the age of 16 you are allowed to get a job, which means that you are responsible enough to lead your life. I also think this because they might understand the circumstances and consequences of voting for a certain political party other than anyone younger than them. In my opinion, it is not fair that older people can vote but we can't even though this our future.

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  • Hammond School logo loved_wildcat | Hammond Junior School F
    09 Jan 2020

    I think children should only vote when they understand about the politics and what is actually happening around us and they do it without being bribed with cash and doing it with free will. I think it is important to know what your voting for before you actually vote so I think there should be a law so that you can only vote when your 16

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  • Hammond School logo versatile_molecule | Hammond Junior School B
    09 Jan 2020

    I think that younger people should also have the vote because they also get effected by the decisions by adults. Most of the people who voted for Brexit were over 50, these people, in the long run, will not get affected as much as younger people. I think children should have a say when people are making decisions that effect them. In 2014 there was 10,941,339 people that were aged 14 or under in the UK, this was in 2014, the number has risen slightly since and this statistic is not counting 15, 16 and 17 year olds so many people do not get a say currently, this needs to change.
    Brain Stand!
    I do not think under 18s should be allowed to vote because their knowledge of politics is less so a lot of them might spoil their ballot or vote for a random person who they know next to nothing about. In addition to this, young kids might rip their ballot paper and misbehave. According to an official survey just 31 percent of 16 to 24 year olds were interested in politics this just shows that if younger people were given the vote they might not know who to vote for, they might not even vote at all!
    Skills shown- open mindedness, I showed the other side of the argument using brain stand. Reasoning, I backed up my view point and the other view point with evidence.
    Sites used:https://www.reference.com/world-view/many-children-u-k-ee41eb4a337dfaa0
    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-26271935

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  • Hammond School logo versatile_molecule | Hammond Junior School B
    09 Jan 2020

    Most people who voted for Brexit were over the age of 65, sorry!

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  • Michael-Faraday-logo-250x250.jpg precious_heart | Michael Faraday School
    09 Jan 2020

    I’m sorry if this causes any offence to anyone in advance

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  • The Sherwood School grateful_crab | The Sherwood School
    09 Jan 2020

    (edited) I personally think, children shouldn't be allowed to vote since they might not know about politics and things going on in parliament and might vote randomly without knowing what or who they are voting for. I think we should stick to the minimum age of 18 since it is the age of adult in the UK and you would know much more bout politics, parliament and government.

    However, teens above the age of 16 should also be allowed to vote since it is more younger but it is not too young that the individual doesn't know anything about politics. If a child were to vote they might help another party win and it would be unfair for the people who knew what they were doing unlike a child, this would cause many things to go out of hand.

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  • Lyons Hall Primary School happy_fact | Lyons Hall Primary School B
    09 Jan 2020

    On the one hand some people might think that it is a great idea to let children vote for elections. This will be because they think that when children grow up it will benefit them the most. Also it's not fair for it to be a 'only grownup' thing!

    However, some other people think that it's not a good idea to let children vote because they might not put the vote they think will help the world in the best possible way. They might just pick the same vote as their parents or friends and not take it seriously!

    After approaching the information with open mindedness and scepticism I strongly believe that children (especially aged 12 and over)should be allowed to vote because children and some adults believe that it's unfair to not let them because they don't get to help plan out how their future might be. Thanks for reading my comment !

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  • Hammond School logo happy_politics | Hammond Junior School A
    10 Jan 2020

    I believe that children above the age of 16 should be allowed to vote, but not those who are under the age should not. This is because children are not educated about politics too deeply, and they would not know how to make their decision. I believe parents, carers and teachers must teach children more about politics if they are to be able to vote. This means they would have a stronger opinion and would be able to vote for something that they can truly believe without doubting their choice. The Government should also provide more child - friendly information about their policies and the various parties so children can make an informed choice.

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    1. tom Tom @ the BNC
      happy_politics's comment 10 Jan 2020

      A thoughtful, measured response with good reasons!

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  • Hammond School logo free_hedgehog | Hammond Junior School A
    10 Jan 2020

    It is not very likely that children would be allowed to vote since children might not have a good mind set and understanding of what the vote is really about and the life changing affects it may have on society in general .

    They also may not now what the different parties are about.

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  • Hammond School logo jolly_seahorse | Hammond Junior School A
    10 Jan 2020

    No I do not think that children should have a vote and here's why
    1. Most children will not take it seriously because they are young and they might not know who the people being voted for are
    2. They might not understand politics and struggle with voting ( I don't understand it all and I'm in year 6)
    3. Also they don't have the maturity to vote
    4. But lastly they just don't need to

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  • Hammond School logo resilient_apple | Hammond Junior School B
    10 Jan 2020

    I think only children over 14 should be allowed to vote because children under this age won't know much about politics and then if they don't know much about politics how are they going to know who they should vote for and who they shouldn't vote for. My second reason for this is that this gives children a chance to say who they want to be their prime minister, who should win an election etc. Out of those two reasons, I think that this should be a rule of the law and I hope that this is what is going to happen in future references.

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  • Hammond School logo genuine_recipe | Hammond Junior School A
    10 Jan 2020

    I think we should be allowed but we don't have to because it's our future and we should be allowed to make our future and not other people.

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  • Hammond School logo joyful_seagull | Hammond Junior School A
    10 Jan 2020

    I am in between the two decisions as I believe that children should have a say as they are just like everyone else but I also believe that children aren't educated on the subject and will pick a Side and stick to it other than listening to someone else

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  • Hammond School logo miraculous_knowledge | Hammond Junior School A
    10 Jan 2020

    In my option I don't think that children under the age of 18 should be allowed to vote because if they make an immature decision then that could effect who is the new leader. Some children won't really know what voting really means so the adults might pressure them into picking a leader when you should have the freedom to choose who you vote for. I find that the way that everything works now is the best way and we should stick to the system!

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  • Hammond School logo articulate_elephant | Hammond Junior School A
    10 Jan 2020

    I don’t really think children should be able to vote because they don’t really know what they are voting for and don’t understand what politics are and what they mean.

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  • Hammond School logo joyous_temperature | Hammond Junior School A
    10 Jan 2020

    I have points for both sides because I this is our future and we should be allowed to vote on what we would like our future to be like and 17% of the UK are under 18 and are worrying about there future because of what is going on in the world between America and Iran and even brexit to. I also think we shouldn't because we could take a vote and vote for the wrong person and then that person could then become the Prime Minister and totally ruin the UK.

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  • Hammond School logo determined_shrimp | Hammond Junior School B
    10 Jan 2020

    Children shouldn't be allowed to vote, because ,especially younger children, wouldn't understand the importance of this event ,the goverment and parliment. They wouldn't know how to vote and might use this to behave immaturely and the votes. Also, I think the parent would just make the decision for them and choose who the parent wants to vote for while the child was at school. This would make parents have 2 votes instead of one which would give the people without children a disadvantage in the votes. However, some children have very strong, political views and want their way. If you know enough about politics or are at an age where you wouldn't be immature and silly with the chance to vote, I think we should be allowed. Also, people should be treated fairly and the rule that adults are only allowed to vote shows that children are not being treated fairly compared to adults.

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    1. tom Tom @ the BNC
      determined_shrimp's comment 10 Jan 2020

      An interesting answer, determined_shrimp. Should parents be given a vote FOR their children, and let them work out what would be the best politician for their children's future?

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  • Hammond School logo patient_mouse | Hammond Junior School B
    10 Jan 2020

    I believe that precious_heart is correct as children (like me ) do not necessarily know what's best for them . As they would probably close down all schools ,or if they do not close down school they would probably get rid of all homework

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  • Hammond School logo awesome_vegetable | Hammond Junior School A
    10 Jan 2020

    I think children should not be able to vote yes it would spread there opinions but not a lot of young children would spend the time watching politics and the news like adults would do so they won't be able to make the right decisions. Therefore I think that children should not be able to vote.

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  • St-Gregorys-logo-250x250.jpg warm_fig | St Gregory's Catholic Primary School
    10 Jan 2020

    i think children should be aloud but they have to be with a parent because they might joke about it and then they will read it in the votes '

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  • St-Gregorys-logo-250x250.jpg shrewd_tree | St Gregory's Catholic Primary School
    10 Jan 2020

    I disagree with you warm_fig because even if they are with a parent children under the age of 16 might STILL mess around and probably only vote for their gender or their looks👸 We all have are opinions but i disagree

    Thanks for reading and goodbye from me shrewd_tree👍

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  • The Sherwood School cheerful_photograph | The Sherwood School
    11 Jan 2020

    I think that children over 14 should be allowed to vote. There should be more people allowed to have their say. We are the future and we have the right to control it. Adults affecting Climate Change will be having a good time while they live only to leave us in danger of inhaling harmful air and living in a world full of peril. Voting is a serious matter and parents may think that their children are not mature enough to vote but it is a vital opportunity in life and can make a huge difference in the outcomes of elections and referendums. Brexit is a heated topic in the UK and if the youth have their say then they may help finish an equal deal that everybody is happy about. Children are the future and after all we are the heirs of the past and makers of the future.

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  • The Sherwood School cheerful_photograph | The Sherwood School
    11 Jan 2020

    sorry the last sentence was a typo

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  • The Sherwood School giving_orangutan | The Sherwood School
    11 Jan 2020

    In my opinion, I believe that teenagers above the age of 15 should be allowed to vote since they'll have a deeper understanding of politics and political leaders. Furthermore, teenagers that do not have a deep understanding should stay away from voting unless they are above the age of 15. Political leaders would want the best for their party so therefore, I believe that teenagers that do understand how they are effecting and helping the decision of deciding who is leading political party should not vote.

    On the other hand, it is a rule that adults at or above the age of 18 have the right to choose if they want to vote; however, they still have the right to choose between if they want to vote or if they do not want to vote. As PM, Boris Johnson should choose what is best for Great Britain.

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    1. tom Tom @ the BNC
      giving_orangutan's comment 13 Jan 2020

      A good show of reasoning and open-mindedness, giving_orangutan. Which side do you think is stronger and why?

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  • Brompton Westbrook logo easygoing_weaver | Brompton Westbrook Primary School
    12 Jan 2020

    I don't think children should be allowed to vote as some children won't have any idea what's happening and might pick the same as their friend.But that won't be their opinion it will be their friends opinion.

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  • Hammond School logo consistent_date | Hammond Junior School A
    13 Jan 2020

    I think children should be allowed to vote if they are 10 or over because people who are 10 and over should watch the news and then they will start having a opinion on politicians and if they a opinion on a politician they should be allowed to show their opinion in voting

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  • Hammond School logo daring_lake | Hammond Junior School A
    13 Jan 2020

    I do not think that children should be able to vote because they have not yet developed a full understanding of why people vote so they will not understand if they just say the first thing they see it is affecting their future and it isn't something to just choose because it is easiest.

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  • Hammond School logo buzzing_wasp | Hammond Junior School A
    13 Jan 2020

    I belive they should , because it is them under the orthority of the leader so they should be able to vote on who has to rule over them. So they don't get a prime minister that likes boys over girls or viser versa. Also because it feels like adults are deciding there child's future on the country that they have to grow up in. Furthermore of course there would be rules and an age limit coming to about 10 and above, this age I have chosen is because at ten people may start to have a strong opinion about politics. Of course they would not be forced to vote only if they wanted to.

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  • Noel-Park-logo-250x250.jpg brave_grape | Noel Park Primary School
    13 Jan 2020

    In my opinion, people over 18 should be able to vote. If your thinking why l’m thinking this is because a variation of children don’t have proper mind that has made up yet. Adults believes in appropriate topics unlike children.

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  • Lyons Hall Primary School victorious_bat | Lyons Hall Primary School B
    13 Jan 2020

    I believe that 13 or over should be able to vote because if they understand what they are voting for and not just voting for anyone.On the one hand some 13 year old are not very mature and just vote for the sake of it.So people over 18 may have a highly good reason for why they vote for who they vote for.

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  • Lyons Hall Primary School candid_cliff | Lyons Hall Primary School B
    13 Jan 2020

    In my opinion, I think that children should be allowed to vote.

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  • Lyons Hall Primary School productive_hen | Lyons Hall Primary School B
    13 Jan 2020

    i think kids should vote because they get their own choices and opinions and they need to speak up. Kids can be part of this especially when they have there own votes but still i think teenagers above the age 14 should because they have and outstanding imagination and they will be able to understand it a lot more then others and i dont think children should because they wont be able to understand it and the importance of this and they are not educated enough to understand it than adults and teenagers but i think parents and teachers should be taught the importance of politics so could have a chance to vote if they understand it that well.

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  • Hammond School logo fantastic_world | Hammond Junior School F
    13 Jan 2020

    I think children should be allowed to vote because they are living in this world and this is there country but they are not getting any say in what is happening. Some children have a lot to say about politics but their freedom of speech is being taken away from them.

    On the other hand though I don’t think children should be allowed to vote because they won’t really know who to vote for and they will just do the same as their parents or get influenced by another child to vote for someone.

    In conclusion I think children should have the right to vote but there parents can say if they are allowed to vote or not so they don’t get pressurised into doing something that they don’t want to do.

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    1. tom Tom @ the BNC
      fantastic_world's comment 13 Jan 2020

      An open-minded answer, well done!

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  • Ormiston Sudbury Academy openminded_llama | Ormiston Sudbury Academy
    14 Jan 2020

    I think that the voting age limit should be lowered to 16 because it really affects young people as well and if anyone wants to discuss this further reply to this comment

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  • Weston-Favell-logo-250x250.jpg honorable_conclusion | Weston Favell Academy
    14 Jan 2020

    I believe that the voting age should be lowered. This is because the votes often affect young people's lives. For example, the vote of Brexit. The long lasting effects of this vote will influence the younger people more than the elder people. In addition, if we were to have a vote on education, the people who actually use this and benefit from it currently will not be able to give their opinion because they cannot vote. Also, if children are not introduced to politics and democracy from a younger age, they will be clueless as they become eighteen.
    At the age of eighteen, it becomes legal to drink, buy fireworks, serve on a jury and many other things. There is the argument that voting should not be different. However, at the age of sixteen you can get married with consent, register as a blood donor and work. If you can do these things at sixteen, why should voting be different? In addition, at sixteen you can work. Therefore, if there is a vote on work or the amount of pay you can get, you can not vote on this.
    There is also the argument that children can be swayed by other people's opinions. However, anyone can have there views changed at any age. Friends, colleagues, family, all of these people can affect adult's opinions.

    In conclusion, I believe that people of the age of sixteen should be allowed to vote.

    http://www.youthoria.org/home/life/rights/what-can-i-do/1238766894.723/
    http://www.youthoria.org/home/life/rights/what-can-i-do/1238766403.391/

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  • Highdown-logo-250x250.jpg serious_badger | Highdown School
    14 Jan 2020

    I think 16 and older should be allowed to vote because you are allowed to join the army (with your parents consent) at that age. If you are prepared to die for your country, surley you should be able to vote for who controls it?
    separate to my first point; To solve the issue of some children not having the right knowledge to vote they could put some form of test in place, if your under 18 you can take it, the test would be based on current political affairs and past political affairs this way anyone who passes has a broad political knowledge. they have proved that they know what they are doing and they want the right to change their future.
    on the other hand, I understand why children are not allowed to vote as they are very heavily influenced by their parents. The point of voting is that everyone has a right to vote for who they want. If children vote the same as their parents without knowing a lot about the other parties other than the biased information their parents have been telling them then its not really everyone getting a vote, it would be their parents having an extra vote.
    But, you could argue that an adults views are also heavily influenced by anything including the media. Adults on social media often accept that their data can be taken and used elsewhere which can make them a target for political adverts swaying their votes a certain way.

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    1. tom Tom @ the BNC
      serious_badger's comment 15 Jan 2020

      You've looked at this from an open-minded perspective, serious_badger. If everyone is influenced in some way, is there any other differences we need to think about when deciding what age should get the vote?

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  • Boutcher-logo-250x250.jpg humble_hummingbird | Boutcher C of E Primary School B
    15 Jan 2020

    In my opinion children are allowed to vote because they are the same thing as adults and they are not annoying !

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  • Graveney-logo-250x250.jpg jazzed_iceberg | Graveney School
    15 Jan 2020

    I think that the age limit to vote should be 16 because at that age, teenagers are more than capable to work out what they believe in and who they should vote for. Even here, there are people as young as 8 or 9 who have highly developed views on politics and can understand the political climate. There are also people such as Greta Thunberg, who are in the public eye and have a better understanding of politics than the vast majority of people, and for them to not be able to vote is ridiculous, as they are the ones directly impacted by the results. I think that most people at age 16 would be difficult to force into a way of voting by people around them. After all, the people who are going to be most affected by the vote are the young people who are going to have to deal with the consequences.

    On the other hand, I do understand that not *everyone* down to 8 or 9 should be able to vote, as the vast majority of those young people would be voting on the basis of what they had been told to do by their parents. One of the main aspects of voting is that it reflects the views of each individual, and that it cannot be controlled by anyone else. At that age, even if the child has their own developed beliefs, they could be controlled by their parents, and *most* people of that age would not understand what they are voting for.

    With that in mind, I think that the minimum age should be 16, but that there should also be a system similar to that of Gillick competence (which is a way of determining if young people under the age of 16 can give consent that outweighs that of their parents or carers based on their maturity) . What I mean is that young people could apply online and then go to a government-run facility whether they are Gillick competent or if they have a sufficient understanding of why they would vote for the party they would vote for.

    This system would mean that more young people (whose futures will be most affected) would be able to vote, and it would try to balance hearing the voices of the very young people but also ensuring that they would not be manipulated.

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    1. Olivia-Avatar.jpg Olivia @ the BNC
      jazzed_iceberg's comment 16 Jan 2020

      Thanks for your comment. You have given clear reasons on both sides. What might be some of the challenges or risks associated with a competence test? Would you suggest this should apply to those over 18 too?

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  • Halsnead logo triumphant_speech | Halsnead Primary School
    16 Jan 2020

    I agreey kids should be allowed to vote I think they should be allowed to vote from the age of 8

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  • Halsnead logo committed_music | Halsnead Primary School
    16 Jan 2020

    children should be allowed to vote because they should have the chance experience voting not wait half there life

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  • Beckers Green Primary School coherent_meteor | Beckers Green Primary School
    16 Jan 2020

    in my opinion, teenagers over 16 should be allowed to vote because they are more responsible and what they voting for also they know more stuff like which politician is more powerful . And make the right decisions and care about it more .

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  • Beverley-St-Nicholas-logo-250x250.jpg assured_shark | Beverley St Nicholas Primary School
    16 Jan 2020

    No as they are young and don’t no how to vote as they might change how our country is run and they don’t no which party to vote for and just vote what there friends do and parents.

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  • Hillyfield School logo articulate_watermelon | Hillyfield Primary Academy
    16 Jan 2020

    i think we should vote at the age of 14 because if toddlers vote, they might not know how to write. they will just scribble all over the paper/page. children older then toddlers might not know about it. they do not watch the news or read newspapers.

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  • Lyons Hall Primary School intrepid_hurricane | Lyons Hall Primary School B
    18 Jan 2020

    I think that children above 16 should be able to vote becuase they will have much more of a deeper understanding of what is really going on. Younger children might just copy their parents because the parents might of given reasons why the child should vote for a certain MP. Out there there are people in the public eye like Greta Thumburg who have such deep knowledge of what is happening! She has been on the news, talked to the government and she is only 13! Even though 8, 9,10 and 11 year olds have a lot of knowledge, skills and understanding, we sometimes get things wrong and we must at least have back up evidence of what we've chosen and why. The people who are going to be most affected in their future are the young people of today.

    This is why I think that the age limit for voting in the UK should be 16+.

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  • Hammond School logo thoughtful_snow | Hammond Junior School A
    22 Jan 2020

    I believe that children under the age of 16 should not be allowed to vote. This is because they have not been educated about politics and cannot have a strong opinion. This could be good in a way, as some people have too strong of an opinion and could attack those who do not have that belief. However, they may make the wrong decision for their future and essentially endanger those in poverty, etc. The could also make the wrong decision for those in their family too, not just others.

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