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House of Commons sitting 2017 UKYP

Posted by on 13 November 2017

Make Your Mark Suffolk results!

Well done everyone for taking part in the consultation to find out the top five campaign topics for Suffolk and for the UK!

Schools, colleges, youth groups and individuals filled in their ballots in person and online across the county from Lowestoft to Ipswich to Debenham to Bury! With young people working really hard to give their peers the opportunity to have a vote right up until the last minute (we know who you are!). The feedback was awesome!

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House of Commons Debate!

Suffolk MYPs attended the UK Youth Parliament sitting in the House of Commons debate the UK's Make Your Mark results. So many inspiring young people, future decision makers and campaigners working hard to get young people's voices on the agenda. John Bercow (speaker in House of Commons) is amazing and so passionate about young people. An inspiring and unforgettable day! The Youth Parliament will campaign for A Curriculum to Prepare us for Life and Votes at 16. You can watch the debate by following the link: http://www.ukyouthparliament.org.uk/houseofcommons

Suffolk MYPs will campaign for Transport over the coming year. 

Nominate yourself to become an MYP (Member of Youth Parliament)!

Maybe you would like to nominate yourself to become an MYP for Suffolk? Visit www.thesource.me.uk/ukyp for all the information you need. Complete your nomination and get it in by 17th December.

Questions? Email Maddie on Maddie.pawlowicz@suffolk.gov.uk or text 07860 831 799

Find out more about UK Youth Parliament www.ukyouthparliament.org.uk

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