The upcoming general election seems to be the topic of conversation throughout the UK at the moment. As a result, Croydon was recently visited by BBC news to find out more about the opinions of residents.

Since Croydon has the highest number of under-18s in London, it was great to see the opinion of current Croydon College student, Milo, featured in the article.

Milo, who is studying Mechanics, feels confident on who he wants to vote for, but believes that all politicians still need to ‘look out for the youth and speak to young people, particularly those who live in areas with higher gang activity.’

Other talking points included environmental issues, education, transport and of courses, Brexit.

Check out the full BBC article here.

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