My political beliefs have been trailed and tested in 2015, with the General Election in May and with the emergence of a new Labour leader – Jeremy Corbyn.
My political knowledge has also been expanded this year, but more on that in my reflection of my political journey this year!
I have a few resolutions to do with politics and no, it’s not to become the next prime minister! I’m too small for those big boots.
Here are my political resolutions for 2016.
- Learn more about politics.
- Keep writing about politics on this blog and on the sites that I volunteer with.
- Write about economics and business on the sites that I volunteer with and on this blog.
- Decide where my political stance is or at least be one step closer to deciding.
- Show my support for government policies – voice my opinion more.
- Read up on opposing views and what politicians are saying to become more politically aware.
- Read political magazines and books as well as politics sections in newspapers.
- Don’t be politically apathetic. Show I care about politics.
- Interview someone in government for a news article.
- See both sides of the political argument without judgement.
Do you have any political resolutions for 2016? Let me know below!