Nick de Bois MP: ‘For politics to be successful, voluntary engagement needs to be higher’

In an exclusive interview for Filibuster, Nick de Bois MP (Conservative, Enfield North) gave his opinions on why the Tories were right to raise tuition fees, why young people tend to vote Labour, how to improve youth political engagement, and the upcoming general election.


 

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