I am sorry, but that whole debate on mayoral referendums was rather hilarious, she had absolutely no control over them.
But my personal favourite was the guy essentially saying "I won't vote, all your politics is irrelevant, I won't vote because protesting is the new politics." (sic) (yes, don't quote me on that, but that's the impression I got) He just seemed rather hilariously ignorant, I mean every vote is equal, he has his say just like everybody else. Why does he seem to believe that his opinion is more important because he is a young person? I cannot vote (too young ) but I just disagreed entirely with him.
I loved Esther Rantzen's little bit though :P some new found respect for her.
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