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Nottingham is known for being a student city with over 9,500 international students living here, but the upcoming election policies could change this.
More than three quarters of the population want to control the number of migrants entering the UK, according to a British Attitude Survey, and this is a big talking point for the next election.
Business owners are concerned by Labour’s proposal to increase the minimum wage from £6.50 to £8 by 2020. They are unsure if they can bridge the gap.
Student apathy is an increasingly important issue leading up to this year’s General Election which is continuing the trend from 2010.
Members of ethnic minority communities in Notts say they do not feel any major party represents them ahead of a hotly anticipated general election.
Muslims, Hindus and ethnic migrants are fighting for their right to vote in this year’s general election in a bid to represent their local communities
A lecturer at Nottingham Trent University has given her take on voting issues surrounding ethnic minorities at a local and national level.
Women in Nottingham say a lot more needs to be done to encourage them to vote in next month’s General Election.