Should 16 and 17-year-olds get the vote?
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General election 2017: Views on voting age change

The voting age has been lowered to 16 in Scotland for all but general elections, but it remains at 18 for other UK polls.

Daily Politics reporter Ellie Price took the mood box - an unscientific test with plastic balls and a box - to hear what people in Carlisle thought about keeping or changing the voting age.

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