#InMyShoes asks young voters what matters to you?

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If you had the chance to say something to a politician about what it's like to be in your shoes, what would you say?

The BBC wants to start a conversation with young people about what they really care about.

As part of BBC Generation 2015, 15 young people between 18 and 24 have produced "selfie videos". They talk about immigration, benefits, the cost of higher education, sleep deprivation from holding down two jobs. And lots more.

We think it's time for an honest conversation about what affects your life, and it's time that we all had an opportunity to tell politicians exactly what it's like to be a younger person living in the UK.

#InMyShoes is an opportunity for anyone to have their say.

We are looking for as many people as possible to tweet @InMyUK using #InMyShoes and tell us what it's like for you, or make a video and address it to someone in particular. Take an active part in shouting about what you want to change. It's just a tweet!

With politicians after your vote, what matters to you personally? What do you actually care about?

Tweet us, @InMyUK telling us, what it's like #InMyShoes.

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