The European Parliament is treading bravely into the world of social networking in order to get the kids involved in the exciting world of European politics. Bureaucrats have created profiles on popular social sites including Facebook, MySpace and photo sharing site Flickr. There will also be ad-word campaigns and banner ads on …
I thought it was about online voting. Phew !
It's bad enough with postal ballots - in many areas of Bradford, Birmingham and London men / elders will tell women to hand over their postal ballot papers so they can vote for them. It'll be even easier with online voting.
I think this is good, we do need to get people my age involved more in voting, it's scary that if we don't we will end up with the people who write the daily mail in power.
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