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Matteo Bergamini

Founder and Director Shout Out UK. Matteo is an avid promoter of political discourse and literacy amongst young people, he was invited to become a fellow of the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce for his work in encouraging political education amongst young people.

The Conservatives: A Party Divided, but determined

The Conservative party is clear on its goal, get a chunk of the youth vote. But its divisions could stop it from achieving it.   Having attended the Conservative Party conference these last three days, two things have been imprinted…

0 Comments / 04/10/2017

School Budgets Are Now The Same As The 1950s, Conservative Conference Reveals

The average level of spend for developed countries across the world is roughly 6% of GDP. The UK is currently at 4% of GDP.    The National Education Union held a fringe event at the Conservative Party Conference today on the funding cuts to our education and at…

0 Comments / 03/10/2017

Chancellor of the exchequer, Philip Hammond, talks helping young people and staying European

The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, delivered his conference speech today aimed at young people and in defence of the free market as the underpinning of a free society.   The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, delivered his…

0 Comments / 02/10/2017

Politics is 4 life: NCS Graduates Call for Political Education at Conservative Party Conference

Yesterday afternoon the National Citizenship Service (NCS) hosted a panel discussion completely orientated and run by young people where one of the primary topics was Political Education!   Apart from the initial NCS PR, it was a fantastic event that showed…

0 Comments / 02/10/2017

UK has one of the lowest skill levels in the G7, Conservative Conference Reveals

Despite the UK being one of the richest countries in the world, we currently have one of the lowest skill levels in the G7.   Our skills gap is worse than countries like Italy, which is a worrying fact considering…

0 Comments / 02/10/2017