Report finds young people want to learn politics at school

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Report finds young people want to learn politics at school

It seems that young people want to learn more about politics in school.

The latest findings from a study by V-Inspired, show 58 per cent of young people want to vote and want more time spent in education learning how to do it.

The results show 16 to 24-year-olds ranked politics in higher importance than business studies, art and languages.

Janqui Mehta, from V-Inspired, explains more. 

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