Teens could change world
THE debate over a bid to bring the voting age down to 16 makes interesting reading.
Derby MP Chris Williamson points out that at 16 you can work, pay tax and National Insurance, get married or join the armed forces. However, you still can't buy alcohol or learn to drive until you are 18 or 17 respectively.
No wonder teenagers get frustrated. Allowing them a say in the world they live might just help to make it a better – and less confusing – place while giving them a sense of responsibility.
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