Don't feel stupid! Plenty of people are unsure of what is going on in politics. As mentioned above, read a good newspaper (I like the i), browse on the BBC news website under "politics", watch the news a bit more. Also I'd recommend taking a look at Sociology revision websites, both GCSE, AS and A-Level as they cover some of the main differences between the different parties, their approaches and their policies. Honestly, Google is your best tool right now, just type in any queries and read the articles that appear. You'll soon get an idea and start to understand a bit more about politics.
Hope this helps.
I don't mind being negged, but at least explain why!
Last edited by emilie18; 07-08-2012 at 15:01.
I read the title and thought you were Jon Snow.
Edit: Damn, beaten to it!
Read newspapers - read the Telegraph for a right-wing perspective and the Guardian for a left-wing one.
Last edited by Super Cicero; 07-08-2012 at 16:14.