Each month we invite youth representatives, including Members of Youth Parliament (MYPs), Deputy Members of Youth Parliament (DMYPs), Youth Councillors, Young Mayors and Deputy Young Mayors to share their stories of the positive activities they have been engaging in recently.
During their evidence on 3rd July, Ministers took the opportunity to identify where the Youth Select Committee could contribute to Government policy.
Millions of young people under 25 across the UK will be feeling left out of the Summer Budget delivered to Parliament on Friday 14th July 2015. The first budget of this Parliament saw the end of university maintenance grants and saw a new minimum wage re-branded as a ‘living wage’ introduced for everyone - except young people under 25!
Young representatives from across the UK will be questioning two Government Ministers as part of their inquiry into mental health, focussing on awareness, education and the current services on offer for young people. Seeing is believing - the proceeding are broadcast live on BBC Democracy Live with the Ministers appearing on BBC Parliament from 4pm-5pm.
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