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Comment from the floor: 'if young people aren't heard why should they keep trying?' #DDCVisits
Comment from the floor: 'at the end of the day they don't listen' #DDCVisits
Comment from the floor: 'at the end of the day they don't listen'
Comment from the floor: 'MPs need to employ young people who can engage & communicate with young ppl' #DDCVisits
What issues affect everyone in the room...how can politicians communicate 2 young ppl that they can help? #DDCVisits http://t.co/3Ilt0eQjH5
Comment from the floor: 'there's a generation change...young parents aren't voting and that's knocking over to their children' #DDCVisits
Comment from the floor: 'politicians should use social media but not in a boring way'
.@femioyeniran asks 'if I was David Cameron how could I get you to vote for me?' #DDCVisits
Discussion moves on to How politicians can connect & engage with young people? #DDCVisits
Comment from the floor: politics isn't communicated in a straight forward manner for young people #DDCVisits
Comment from the floor 'language barriers need to be changed .... Negatives are promoted more than positives' #DDCVisits
Comment from the floor 'a room full of people arguing' #DDCVisits
First question put to the group: what's the first thing that comes to mind when you think of politics & politicians? #DDCVisits
.@femioyeniran: we want 2 know how young ppl can be more engaged in politics-it's my main motivation 4 being on @digidemocracyuk #DDCVisits
We've begun! welcome Simon @FacebookLondon "we're passionate about young ppl using Facebook for democracy" #DDCVisits http://t.co/NOUIgCG3LU