Please note this website was created for the 2015 General Election. Due to the lack of preparation time, we have not updated this website for the 2017 Election. Why?

Compare Policies

Although we provide all the necessary information and tools to help you to decide which political party matches your beliefs and ideals, there are several other websites that also provide the ability to compare policies from the main parties. Here are the ones we've found to help you make your vote count.

Compare the Parties
VISIT - your essential guide to what Scottish and UK political parties claim they want to do for YOU, the voter.

Pocket Politics
VISIT WEBSITEDo you often feel like there is just too much going on in the world of party politics and you have so little time to find out about it all? Do you want to cut through all the spin and chat to find out where a political party really stands on a particular issue? Do you just want to make a bit more of an informed choice at election time?

Vote for Policies
VISIT WEBSITEVote for Policies makes it easy to compare what the political parties are promising to do. It helps you make an informed, unbiased decision about who to vote for.

Vote Match
VISIT WEBSITEVote Match is an online election quiz which matches users to the political party that best represents their views in an election, based on the issues which they select as most important

2015 General Election Guides

2015 Election Guide

Information about what to expect at the general election 2015, including timetable of events, results and guides.

Watch Politics

Watch political debates, party political broadcasts, PMQ's and interviews with party candidates and MPs.

City Outlook

How does your city compare with others across the UK, including population, employment and earnings.

UK Constituencies

Find out more about your local constituency, including local information, polls and MPs.

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