At First News, we think it's about time that our readers had their say on who they think should run the country. You can choose between David Cameron (Conservatives), Ed Miliband (Labour), Nick Clegg (Liberal Democrats), or another politician and party. For your chance to win the First News bear, leave a comment explaining your decision.

So, who do you want to be in charge of the United Kingdom?


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Anush U (Age 8) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Thursday 25 April 2013

It's better

Anna S (Age 12) voted for Nick Clegg and the Liberal Democrats on Saturday 13 April 2013

Nick Clegg because my Brother Matthew thinks he looks like Doctor who!

Helena H (Age 10) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Friday 12 April 2013

They're a good party but ed isn't a strong leader

Lissa C (Age 13) voted for Another politician and party (explain who) on Friday 12 April 2013

I think the UK should have a change in PM it give everyone a break. Maybe the people above (on the pie chart) could have a chance after having someone different.

Lola L (Age 13) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Thursday 11 April 2013

Definitely

Amanda B (Age 12) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Thursday 11 April 2013

I would like the conservatives to run the country, although I might like another politician.

Nicholas S (Age 13) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Friday 5 April 2013

I think he makes the right decisions.

Charlotte S (Age 16) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Saturday 30 March 2013

The conservatives are doing a good job at the moment and are treating people fairly

Matilda S (Age 12) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Wednesday 27 March 2013

I don't like all the cuts that are being made, i don't think it is helping people.

Daisy C (Age 12) voted for Another politician and party (explain who) on Sunday 24 March 2013

The green party because they will show us a eco friendly lifestle.

Jade H (Age 14) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Saturday 23 March 2013

David Cameron is president at the moment so it should just stay that way to stop any hassle.

Rosie H (Age 13) voted for Another politician and party (explain who) on Saturday 23 March 2013

some one more green

Rio R (Age 12) voted for Another politician and party (explain who) on Saturday 23 March 2013

green party

Sadie L (Age 12) voted for Another politician and party (explain who) on Friday 22 March 2013

I think we need a totally different group as no-one seems to do what is right for our country

Callan F (Age 10) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Thursday 21 March 2013

i wold vote david

Zahraa O (Age 11) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Sunday 3 March 2013

David Cameron! Actually Really I Would like to be incharge of the UK!

Emily F (Age 13) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Friday 1 March 2013

I think David Cameron should run our country.

Elliot C (Age 11) voted for Nick Clegg and the Liberal Democrats on Tuesday 26 February 2013

I hope he is the next person in charge.

Oliver D (Age 16) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Tuesday 26 February 2013

I think labour because the Conservatives are all about making richer people not pay as much tax and poorer people pay more tax! The Conservatives have brain-washed people into thinking that they are making taxes higher to fix what Labour have done!!!! Baloney! Tony Blair knew what he had to do, he knew what others had to do and told them straight. they labour party are about lowering the taxes of those who labour (work) so the people who spend hours a day working to feed a family and not have enough for themselves, have enough for themselves! they want the richer people to pay more money because they still have enough to buy 3 Ferraris!

Freya H (Age 12) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Monday 25 February 2013

I think labour would really help us to fill in the holes we've already dug for ourselves.

Maddie M (Age 13) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Monday 25 February 2013

I would like David Cameron to stay because he has been good so far and went to India. He wants us to stay in the EU, which I think is a great idea as it would make travel and trade harder in Europe if we left. We are bigger together.

Hamza P (Age 10) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Friday 22 February 2013

He is really good.

Maebh H (Age 13) voted for Nick Clegg and the Liberal Democrats on Friday 22 February 2013

I think the Lib Dems as they are in between the labour and tory parties. They focus on the problems that labour and tories specify in. This gives a more rounded leadership which would (I think) greatly help the UK.

Jack C (Age 13) voted for Another politician and party (explain who) on Thursday 21 February 2013

Someone who is kind and makes the country better!

Tara C (Age 14) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Wednesday 20 February 2013

David Cameron is a toad and Nick Clegg has no spine. Guess we're left with Ed Miliband.

Sam D (Age 12) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Wednesday 20 February 2013

ed is cool

Lara P (Age 11) voted for Another politician and party (explain who) on Monday 18 February 2013

Gordon Brown , though Milliband and Clegg would be ok

Beth H (Age 15) voted for Another politician and party (explain who) on Monday 18 February 2013

I'd start a new party that is fair, leaves the education system alone, leaves the NHS and takes expert advice. Maybe have some kids in the party so we can get our views across not just biased adults! :-)

Grace R (Age 12) voted for Another politician and party (explain who) on Monday 18 February 2013

I would choose Nigel Farage and UKIP because I think their policies are the best but I would never ever vote for Labour and I will vote because women died for my chance to vote. (Sorry about my rave I am very passionate when talking about politics.)

Eloise E (Age 17) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Monday 18 February 2013

The conservatives have only had one term so far, I think they should have longer to show what they can do. anyway, it was the labour that got the country into all this debt

Sophie M (Age 13) voted for Another politician and party (explain who) on Sunday 17 February 2013

A decent one that spends money on important things in the UK like: homeless people living on the street and bullying, for bulling you could make workshops for people to understand how the victim feels and why the bully picks on the victim.

Molly C (Age 11) voted for Nick Clegg and the Liberal Democrats on Sunday 17 February 2013

i think he is handsome!xx:D

Lauren A (Age 13) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Saturday 16 February 2013

I think Great Britian has a better chance of having a future with David Cameron & the Conservatives as I think they are louder and dont let anyone stand in there way of what they believe.

Charlotte G (Age 12) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Saturday 16 February 2013

i don't mind who runs the UK as long as they do the the right things

Helen D (Age 17) voted for Another politician and party (explain who) on Saturday 16 February 2013

the royal family should be in charge

Emily D (Age 15) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Saturday 16 February 2013

I vote these because they are already running the country, and in my opinion they are doing a very good job! If we change things now everything will get confusing, and the parties keep braking promises to the public about making the UK better. I havnt seen any improvements!

Ellie H (Age 14) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Saturday 16 February 2013

David Cameron is already in charge of our country so I don't think he should go. He is leading us perfectly fine! Go David Cameron!!!!

Amy D (Age 16) voted for Another politician and party (explain who) on Thursday 14 February 2013

I'd Like UKip or the Green Party to their a chance at running the country because they don't get many votes and it would be nice to see what they qualities they have to bring to the country. :)

Harry C (Age 13) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Wednesday 13 February 2013

My dad is an MP for the Consercatives.

Guy P (Age 14) voted for Another politician and party (explain who) on Wednesday 13 February 2013

me

Freya A (Age 12) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Tuesday 12 February 2013

was better with labour.

Lois S (Age 14) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Sunday 10 February 2013

he seems a good prime minister and is doing well at running the country.

Bob C (Age 12) voted for Another politician and party (explain who) on Sunday 10 February 2013

aston merrigold and jls should run the country, JUST KIDDING. david camoron by far cause everybody else is to strange

Jacob C (Age 11) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Saturday 9 February 2013

It's just right

Giulia V (Age 13) voted for Another politician and party (explain who) on Saturday 9 February 2013

I want the original one back!!!!!

Jathusa R (Age 12) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Thursday 7 February 2013

that's what i think it's david man

Rhys M (Age 9) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Monday 4 February 2013

I don't know why

Dylan Singh A (Age 12) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Sunday 3 February 2013

I find Ed very persistent to prove his point. While he may abuse his power as Prime Minister, he will be a good one.

Tilly B (Age 10) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Sunday 3 February 2013

so you can provide yourself with food and fresh water and so you can have place to live and have a nice family to comfert you on bad days.

Caitlin R (Age 13) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Saturday 2 February 2013

He is doing a really good job and is making the best desitions i have seen a lesder mske

Benjamin S (Age 11) voted for Another politician and party (explain who) on Saturday 2 February 2013

the public

Oliver H (Age 12) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Saturday 2 February 2013

Well, I'm not going with Nick Clegg, after him rasing the university fees and saying sorry in a very odd way! Before the election, Gordon Brown was fine.

Mya S (Age 12) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Friday 1 February 2013

Because he is Labour he run all the political party's and labour reprecent most people conseratives just represent rich people

Adam N (Age 13) voted for Another politician and party (explain who) on Friday 1 February 2013

i think green party as they help the enviroment

Emily H (Age 12) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Wednesday 30 January 2013

david Cameron because he is a lot more serfisticated and he is taking care of England very well

Sofia J (Age 13) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Tuesday 29 January 2013

lib dems haven't done great, labour not really! i think we should stick with conservatives..

Annie L (Age 14) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Sunday 27 January 2013

He is already in charge and he is doing a very good job!

Rosie P (Age 13) voted for Another politician and party (explain who) on Sunday 27 January 2013

The Green Party as they haven't been given a chance to prove themselves. Also, the rest of the parties seem to let us down with cuts e.t.c.

Nicola B (Age 13) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Sunday 27 January 2013

He's great!

Fergus P (Age 13) voted for Nick Clegg and the Liberal Democrats on Sunday 27 January 2013

democracy should overule everything and therefore control the uk.Caring for everyone not just the tax payers

Jasmine D (Age 12) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Saturday 26 January 2013

I think that David Cameron is great prime minister. Also labour has some stupid ideas and they were the ones who got us into the mess that Britain is facing now.

Hollie W (Age 13) voted for Another politician and party (explain who) on Saturday 26 January 2013

i am not sure because they have all promised things that havent happened

Sampan B (Age 12) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Friday 25 January 2013

it does not matter what we think our parent only pick the people that they like they do not choose who they think will actually be good for our lifes and how they can make them better by making more and more money to help to make our buildings better and to keep all the homeless people off the streets begging normal citecins for all there money.

Pranay S (Age 15) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Friday 25 January 2013

David and the conservatives are making our country worse, fire them now!!!!!!!!!! The economy just went down, who is it to blame, David and the conservatives for not doing enough. I regret telling my dad to choose him. Ed's ideas help the country, Davids making it worse for the country and for less income people!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Emma-Rose M (Age 13) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Friday 25 January 2013

I agree with zaynah

Freya P (Age 12) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Thursday 24 January 2013

their fairer

Zaynah M (Age 12) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Thursday 24 January 2013

it does not matter what we think our parent only pick the people that they like they do not choose who they think will actually be good for our lifes and how they can make them better by making more and more money to help to make our buildings better and to keep all the homeless people off the streets begging normal citecins for all there money.

Eva Z (Age 9) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Wednesday 23 January 2013

I think they should because they care about everyone in the country not just the rich people

Thomas E (Age 14) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Tuesday 22 January 2013

Because he has been so good as pm and he supports what my dad does

Emily B (Age 14) voted for Nick Clegg and the Liberal Democrats on Monday 21 January 2013

Nick Clegg is the nicest (in my opinion)!

Michael Z (Age 15) voted for Another politician and party (explain who) on Monday 21 January 2013

anyone but David Cameron who cuts child benefit for some including me. And he doesn't dealt with some problems I have seen

Isadora M (Age 12) voted for Another politician and party (explain who) on Monday 21 January 2013

mmmmmmmmmmmmeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

Benjamin L (Age 11) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Monday 21 January 2013

ed is a cooooooooooooooooool name

Rebecca T (Age 15) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Monday 21 January 2013

Because we are in a mess I dont think its a good time to start changing leaders, I would like things to settle then look at who would be best.

Isabel E (Age 10) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Sunday 20 January 2013

I vote David and the conservatives

Maria R (Age 12) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Friday 18 January 2013

he knows what he is doing, and is a good leader, although i wouldn't mind nick clegg!

Kimberly W (Age 12) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Tuesday 15 January 2013

I have always followed the conservatives and they always do the best for our country

Lily F (Age 14) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Monday 14 January 2013

He knows what to do and beilives in the right things.

Ella M (Age 12) voted for Nick Clegg and the Liberal Democrats on Monday 14 January 2013

i think he would be good leader.

Anime L (Age 14) voted for Another politician and party (explain who) on Sunday 13 January 2013

Moi! No, really, im glad kids cant vote, i dont knowwo 2 choose! XD

Jack B (Age 15) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Sunday 13 January 2013

they are good at running the UK

Boogie T (Age 13) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Sunday 13 January 2013

Because he believes more or less in equality and David Cameron thinks that if people are they should stay poor because it is their fault which is the oppisite of how it really is

Harrison B (Age 10) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Sunday 13 January 2013

cool

Anna P (Age 14) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Saturday 12 January 2013

I think he has the most practical ideas about how to move this country forward. Although he gets a lot of stick- I think we should just put faith in his ideas!

Ailie R (Age 13) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Saturday 12 January 2013

i think Ed Milliband should run the country because Labour ran before they were really popular

Grace S (Age 13) voted for Another politician and party (explain who) on Saturday 12 January 2013

I would like the Green Party to be in charge because they would try to make the UK more eco-friendly.

Hannah B (Age 13) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Saturday 12 January 2013

David Cameron may have done his job to a high standard from what we know but we dont get enough information. We never get to see why it is he's the priminister and why hes benefiting us wheras i feel we see ed miliband and we get a view of what he would do for us he is never afraid to share his thoughts. he speaks his mind and i believe would be the best person to run this country.

Katie H (Age 14) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Saturday 12 January 2013

Ed miliband wants whats right for the country and is a much fairer politician than our priminister and neck clegg.

Leila D (Age 11) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Saturday 12 January 2013

David Cameron is ruining the country I would prefer Ed and Labour to run it and make a change!!!

Tim P (Age 10) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Friday 11 January 2013

I am choosing David Cameron etc. because he is current leader and I think he has done really good leading already.

Lakshana S (Age 12) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Friday 11 January 2013

I think that the Conservatives did a great job and that's a kid saying this and I think he has done a great job

Emily R (Age 11) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Friday 11 January 2013

David Cameron has made some exclent changes to the country. he has done and will always be a good desision maker

Lucy M (Age 13) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Friday 11 January 2013

I think that it would be nice to have a change in the UK's government because I disagree with the current government.

James B (Age 16) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Friday 11 January 2013

The coalition government is not working however I think think David cameron is the right man for the job.

Anna T (Age 11) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Friday 11 January 2013

I like him

Rebecca B (Age 9) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Thursday 10 January 2013

he is good at being in charge of the country

Jake W (Age 14) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Wednesday 9 January 2013

hes doing fine now so why should we change it

Thomas A (Age 21) voted for Another politician and party (explain who) on Wednesday 9 January 2013

No one, people are perfectly capable of running society without rulers.

Ellie R (Age 12) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Tuesday 8 January 2013

he runs the country fine and i want it to stay that way!X

Phoebe A (Age 14) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Tuesday 8 January 2013

I think that it will be david cameron and the conservatives because he is a good leader

Jessica V (Age 12) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Monday 7 January 2013

The conservatives are taking money from the wrong places Labour would be better or green

Karina U (Age 12) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Monday 7 January 2013

I think the Conservatives have done a great job and have changed the country for the better. People could argue that they are taking too many risks, but risks show that they are confident. They may not have the best decisions but I think they have potential and will turn out to be better than most people think. Also, it may not be David Cameron's fault about the recession; maybe Nick Clegg said something that changed his mind, or maybe Mr Clegg did something that worsened the recession. The Conservatives may not be very eco but maybe that will change!

Matthew B (Age 13) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Monday 7 January 2013

David Cameron seems like the best person to run the country.

Jessie B (Age 11) voted for Another politician and party (explain who) on Sunday 6 January 2013

green party

Jessica L (Age 11) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Sunday 6 January 2013

I think David Cameron because he always makes great decisions which benifit all in favour.

Liam S (Age 12) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Saturday 5 January 2013

I think Labour should come back again. We've had Blair and Brown, and everything seemed ok to me, so Milliband and Labour.

Eve D (Age 15) voted for Another politician and party (explain who) on Thursday 3 January 2013

green party

LIA K (Age 12) voted for Another politician and party (explain who) on Tuesday 1 January 2013

I would have voted for the green party, to deal with all of the countries pollution and eco problems.

Jessica P (Age 10) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Monday 31 December 2012

David Cameron andthe conversations

Josh A (Age 12) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Sunday 30 December 2012

I wanted him to be elected during the elections.

Tammy F (Age 12) voted for Another politician and party (explain who) on Saturday 29 December 2012

GO GREEN AND MONSTER RAVING LOONY PARTY!

Lily A (Age 12) voted for Nick Clegg and the Liberal Democrats on Friday 28 December 2012

i think that nick clegg would do a great job

Virginia P (Age 14) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Tuesday 25 December 2012

you're mad to think the others could run the country

Victoria H (Age 12) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Monday 24 December 2012

I believe that Labour would do a much better job of running our country. Since the co-elition government has been in charge everything seems to have got worse, I have friends whose parents have lost their jobs and more shops and businesses in town are closing. Ed Milliband seems to be more trustworthy and prepared to stand by what he says and that`s why I think Ed Milliband should be in charge of the United Kingdom.

Lily Y (Age 13) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Sunday 23 December 2012

I have just always supported them, and I believe they are a bit more about the middle class than the conservitives.

Madeleine P (Age 12) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Saturday 22 December 2012

i dont think its fair that the lib dems and the conservatives ganged up on labour

Lauren S (Age 15) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Saturday 22 December 2012

He seems to be doing a good job!

Lily M (Age 11) voted for Nick Clegg and the Liberal Democrats on Saturday 22 December 2012

They look like they will keep their promises and they should be given a go because David Cameron has had a go at being Prime MInister, now it is Nick Clegg's turn.

Georgia M (Age 13) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Friday 21 December 2012

PEACE LOL!!!

Ross B (Age 13) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Friday 21 December 2012

Because they are doing well at the moment although they could deal with homeless people and financial problems better :-)

Oliver N (Age 12) voted for Nick Clegg and the Liberal Democrats on Friday 21 December 2012

I don't want somebody to extreme like "RAWR" Like a gentle MP , but not too gentle, otherwise the country will fall apart

Beth T (Age 12) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Friday 21 December 2012

david cameron rocks!

Molly J (Age 14) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Friday 21 December 2012

He is doing a really good job, and he is running the country really well.

Yasmin A (Age 14) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Friday 21 December 2012

The country is run really well at the moment. I agree with ponyperky.

Ciara G (Age 14) voted for Another politician and party (explain who) on Friday 21 December 2012

Somebody who is not tori. Thats just my opinion.

Beth H (Age 12) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Friday 21 December 2012

I've always supported Labour ever since I've heard about what they do.

Jessie H (Age 11) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Friday 21 December 2012

the country is run really well at the moment so i want it to stay that way

Elli H (Age 13) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Thursday 20 December 2012

I like how the country is run now, although I do like yellow!

Bea W (Age 12) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Wednesday 19 December 2012

I like how the contry is run now

Anouska R (Age 13) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Wednesday 19 December 2012

i have always liked david cameron

Ruby W (Age 13) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Monday 17 December 2012

i think that he is doing a good job running the country

David C (Age 12) voted for Another politician and party (explain who) on Monday 17 December 2012

the looney party from crosby (I loved it when Tarquin Fin-tim-lin -bin-whin-bim-lim-bus-stop-F'tang -F'tang-OlÚ-Biscuitbarrel went for it.)

Georgia A (Age 19) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Monday 17 December 2012

He is better than David Cameron.

George H (Age 13) voted for Nick Clegg and the Liberal Democrats on Monday 17 December 2012

If he can be deputy PM, why not the main one...? LL ;)

Dana D (Age 12) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Sunday 16 December 2012

i liked this year and the way it was orginized-i want a year like this again!!!

Jasmine R (Age 15) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Sunday 16 December 2012

But I almost put another politition and party becasue there has not been a chance for another woman since magaret thatcher to become prime minister.

Beatrix N (Age 12) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Saturday 15 December 2012

david cameron hasn't made much difference well not as much as labour .

Ali K (Age 13) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Saturday 15 December 2012

Nick Clegg said he would cut university fees but he tripled them.

Hannah J (Age 13) voted for Nick Clegg and the Liberal Democrats on Friday 14 December 2012

Because other party's have gone wring and they should get a chance.

Eloise V (Age 11) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Friday 14 December 2012

he is doing very well but needs to be a bit quicker with things otherwise he might not be able to soon.

Mariella K (Age 12) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Wednesday 12 December 2012

Dave is doing a great job but he needs to hurry up with some things.

Amelie L (Age 9) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Tuesday 11 December 2012

so they can run the goverment on there own.

Freya P (Age 12) voted for Another politician and party (explain who) on Monday 10 December 2012

Every year I get my hopes up that the world will realise the GREEN PARTY care about our environment and how great they are!

Emily B (Age 13) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Monday 10 December 2012

defo 4 dave!!!

Jasmine B (Age 14) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Monday 10 December 2012

I think they make the best political party because they make decions that most people agree with

Sukie J (Age 13) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Sunday 9 December 2012

I think labour is by far the best party. They are the most left wing,

Alex T (Age 14) voted for Nick Clegg and the Liberal Democrats on Saturday 8 December 2012

Conservative and Labour seem to have gone wrong so many times in the past.

Arjun S (Age 13) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Saturday 8 December 2012

I think Ed Miliband and Labour should run the country as I really like his policies for children and for adults and I am a massive Labour fan!

Ella S (Age 13) voted for Another politician and party (explain who) on Thursday 6 December 2012

I want the Green party to be the government because they have some great eco ideas

Rufus I (Age 11) voted for Another politician and party (explain who) on Wednesday 5 December 2012

the green party

Georgia M (Age 15) voted for Nick Clegg and the Liberal Democrats on Wednesday 5 December 2012

I think if we had just had the conservatives we would be even worse than where we are at the moment, labour left us in trouble so don't put them back and the liberal democtartes seem to be the best and I think they should win the next election

Peredur M (Age 12) voted for Another politician and party (explain who) on Tuesday 4 December 2012

Plaid Cymru rules!Plaid Cymru in English is the Welsh Party.

Megan L (Age 12) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Tuesday 4 December 2012

if you cant beat them you have to join them

Natasha M (Age 14) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Tuesday 4 December 2012

A ed has been head of labour for more than 2 years and he only just figured out wht he will do just the other day. Plus wht does nick do right now in the coalition. David should stay.

Sibiyah B (Age 15) voted for Another politician and party (explain who) on Monday 3 December 2012

I think that the royal family should rule, not goverment

Isabelle L (Age 13) voted for Nick Clegg and the Liberal Democrats on Monday 3 December 2012

he seems to be more friendly than the others and unlike david cameron *ahem* and he said "sorry" to someone for breaking a promise

Poppy N (Age 12) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Sunday 2 December 2012

He is definitely the most honest and reliable. He also understands family life, as he has children of his own.

Katie C (Age 11) voted for Another politician and party (explain who) on Sunday 2 December 2012

No one because the goverment barely ever helps us.

Alice T (Age 14) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Sunday 2 December 2012

BECAUSE THEY ARE NOT RUINING THE COUNTRY

Erin E (Age 10) voted for Another politician and party (explain who) on Saturday 1 December 2012

Me.

Sahira K (Age 10) voted for Nick Clegg and the Liberal Democrats on Saturday 1 December 2012

hes gud

Layla M (Age 10) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Saturday 1 December 2012

David Is The BEST!!!!!!!!!

William S (Age 14) voted for Another politician and party (explain who) on Friday 30 November 2012

if I could I would vote for No-body because in these current times no-body in the government is doing any thing that will help the UK!

Bethan B (Age 14) voted for Another politician and party (explain who) on Friday 30 November 2012

Monster raving looney party. I want to see what they do

ELEANOR T (Age 12) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Thursday 29 November 2012

he has run our country well for the past few years

Anna H (Age 15) voted for Another politician and party (explain who) on Wednesday 28 November 2012

i dont know just none of the above (nick cleggs name is cool though!)

Charlotte C (Age 14) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Wednesday 28 November 2012

The Green Party!!!

Freya M (Age 11) voted for Nick Clegg and the Liberal Democrats on Wednesday 28 November 2012

he makes good desicions

Madeline S (Age 12) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Wednesday 28 November 2012

im unsure as i am unwise

Rose C (Age 14) voted for Another politician and party (explain who) on Wednesday 28 November 2012

the green party - they would be best for the world and environment.

DOMINIC B (Age 11) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Tuesday 27 November 2012

He's doing really well so far

Saul S (Age 13) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Tuesday 27 November 2012

my family vote for the conservatives

Orla M (Age 13) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Tuesday 27 November 2012

Ithink we need change from Conservatives!

KYRA J (Age 9) voted for Another politician and party (explain who) on Tuesday 27 November 2012

SOMEONE WHO WILL CONTROL PEOPLE COMMING TO LIVE OVER HERRE AND SOMEONE WHO WILL STOP GIVING OUR MONEY AWAY VT0 FORIGN COUNTRYS

Holly E (Age 15) voted for Nick Clegg and the Liberal Democrats on Monday 26 November 2012

He wears the best ties!

Joshua A (Age 10) voted for Nick Clegg and the Liberal Democrats on Monday 26 November 2012

He is a fair person and deserves it.

Zaid K (Age 13) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Monday 26 November 2012

Labour stand up for British rights and poor people.

Corrie G (Age 13) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Monday 26 November 2012

David has cheated us out of our money;he is the equivalent of a rip off. Labour has never done that.I'm a Labour supporter through and through. GO LABOUR!!!!!!!!!!! ;>

Tia N (Age 14) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Sunday 25 November 2012

I have always supported Labour and so has my family.

Zoe B (Age 15) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Sunday 25 November 2012

he is the best choise

Ellie May J (Age 20) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Sunday 25 November 2012

I don't think any of the them do a very good job, but it must be hard while in a recession.

Isabelle M (Age 13) voted for Nick Clegg and the Liberal Democrats on Sunday 25 November 2012

:) they deserve it.

Ella B (Age 13) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Saturday 24 November 2012

I think that David Cameron has been a good prime minister and tried hard, a lot better than the others.

Madeline T (Age 12) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Saturday 24 November 2012

I don't know much about politics.

Maddie G (Age 12) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Friday 23 November 2012

David Cameron because he is doing well running the country but I think he should make a few more changes.

Hazel C (Age 16) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Friday 23 November 2012

Our government has improved since the last election, it's harder to come out of a recession than it is to get into one. Labour got us in and the Conservatives are getting us out!

Georgie P (Age 11) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Friday 23 November 2012

I think David Camron because he is doing a very good job.

Jasmine C (Age 15) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Thursday 22 November 2012

he has great ideas and david cameron has done nothing but make trouble, alright it was left like this but it got better and now worse again.

CLASS 5 C (Age 14) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Thursday 22 November 2012

Because Cameron is doing things that will worsen the United Kingdom and he is making people angry that they make riots and all protests.

Abbi C (Age 8) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Thursday 22 November 2012

because i like him and he is good

Lily W (Age 14) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Wednesday 21 November 2012

I think they have better opinions.

Dylan S (Age 12) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Wednesday 21 November 2012

Cameron has ruined the country.

Hannah D (Age 15) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Tuesday 20 November 2012

he seems to have done a good job so far...

Nithila S (Age 10) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Tuesday 20 November 2012

labour gives forren people jobs first as well and not served last

Joshua D (Age 11) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Tuesday 20 November 2012

I think David Cameron because he is currently prime minister and to me he's doing a really good job.

Alanna S (Age 12) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Tuesday 20 November 2012

he is the current prime minister and i think he is doing a good job.

Hannah W (Age 13) voted for Nick Clegg and the Liberal Democrats on Tuesday 20 November 2012

i think nick Clegg and libera Democrats because i think they give slightly faira choiceds than other partys.

Jo H (Age 8) voted for Ed Miliband and Labour on Monday 19 November 2012

David Cameron is determined to privatise the NHS this must never happen.

Lucy L (Age 15) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Monday 19 November 2012

He has coped throughout the Olympics and he is already bringing the country out of debt which the Labour party caused us into. With any major incident that has happened he has been there and sorted it all out.

Rosie D (Age 16) voted for David Cameron and the Conservatives on Monday 19 November 2012

He's done a reasonably good job so far I think, though I don't know much about politics.