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On Thursday 8 June, the nation will go to the polls in the General Election to vote for a new Government. You have to be 18 to vote.

But, although you don’t get a vote, you do get a voice in the First News Junior General Election.

The vote is now officially closed, so we can print the result in this week’s newspaper.

Thank you to everyone who voted – make sure you pick up your copy this Friday 2 June to see the result!​​

Read all about the parties standing in the General Election.

Watch our explainer videos about the General Election and Brexit.

Have your say in our Brexit Children’s Charter.

And remember, although you don’t get a vote, you do get a voice with First News!

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