Elections 2021: 'If I don't vote, my voice won't be heard'

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A man with cerebral palsy and a learning disability has urged people like him to vote to ensure they "have a voice" in how decisions are made.

Kyle, 32, from Liverpool, said it was good for him to vote, "because if I don't vote, my voice won't be heard".

"If I don't vote, I won't know what decisions are going to be made," he added.

Voters in many parts of England get the chance to elect their local councillors on 6 May.

Video journalist: Kaleigh Watterson

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