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Why You Must Vote...

As noted in our article on the Magna Carta, the suggestion that Britain was a democracy from 1215 is falsehood. Indeed, even following the English Civil War which ended in 1651, Britain was far from a democratic nation. 634 more words

History

Polling station evacuated in eastern France due to suspicious vehicle

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

PARIS (REUTERS) – A polling station in the town of Besançon in eastern France was evacuated on Sunday (April 23) after a stolen vehicle was abandoned with the engine running while voting was taking place, French Interior Ministry said. 105 more words

Current Affairs

[TUTORIAL] tips for voting BTS @ the 2017 BBMAs

as we all know, bangtan is up against jungkook’s beloved justin bieber–

aka the one who won for 6 years straight since 2011.RIP. It’s heartbreaking, but with our dedication and the ARMYs joined together, i believe we can do it! 459 more words

Tutorial

[tutorial] BTS for BBMAs Strategy

REMINDERS:

  1. leave your account on public, or uncheck the ‘protect my tweets’ option in the twitter settings
  2. do not add photos/videos/gifs
  3. do not mention @BTS_twt twice…
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Tutorial

Polar Opposites 

​On day 22 of NaPoWriMo I look at the political debate using the metaphor of environmental geography. With the coming UK General Election people will have to make a very real choice as to what kind of country and indeed what kind of society they want to live in. 156 more words

Poetry

Many young people registering to vote - more needed!

Almost 350,000 people have registered to vote since Tuesday’s surprise announcement that there would be a general election on 8 June.

The highest number of registrations was on the day itself, with 147,000 people registering online after Theresa May fired the election starting gun, along with 3,364 paper forms being submitted. 37 more words

Accountability

Why you should vote.

On June 8th 2017 the nation will head to the polls to vote on which party will guide the country through the Brexit negotiations. Now before you think “oh god another preachy who I should vote for post” think again, this is not that sort of post! 395 more words

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