General election: British Youth Council urges parties to tackle child poverty and improve mental health support


The British Youth Council (BYC) has challenged all political parties to respond to their calls to take on child poverty and mental health services ahead of the general election.

One of the BYC's priorities is to have the voting age lowered to 16. Picture: British Youth Council
One of the BYC's priorities is to have the voting age lowered to 16. Picture: British Youth Council

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