Pupils being asked about the general election
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General election 2015: Children on voting and MPs

Some children start learning about politics from an early age, including a schoolboy William Hague who used to read Hansard under his bedclothes with a torch.

The prime minster was asked last week about a possible lowering of the voting age, and some argue youngsters should learn more about how they are governed.

Daily Politics reporter Ellie Price spoke to pupils at a primary school in Westminster to see what they know about politics, and the politicians of today.

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  • 12 Jan 2015
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