Young voters could decide the result of the 11 June poll. Up to four million of you might be voting for the first time. But what are the issues that matter most to you? Do you believe politicians have the answers?
Do you believe politicians at all? In a special Radio 1 report, Simon Bates hears from first-time voters all over the UK about the issues that really matter.
Researcher ANDREA GRAHAME
Producers BILL MORRIS , SUKEY FIRTH ('Election 87 - On-line' tomorrow at 5.45 pm)
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