General election 2017: What kids would do if they were prime minister

Last updated at 09:27
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There's a general election coming up on 8 June, where adults will vote to decide who will run the UK.

Although kids aren't able to vote, the choices made at the election will have a big impact on the lives of all children across the country.

But what would you do if you were prime minister for the day?

Check out what kids across the UK had to say!

Clacton-on-Sea, England
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If I were Prime Minister: Clacton kids share their ideas
Edinburgh, Scotland
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If I were Prime Minister: Edinburgh kids share their ideas
Middlesbrough, England
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If I were Prime Minister: Middlesbrough kids share their ideas
Bangor, Northern Ireland
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If I were Prime Minister: Bangor kids share their ideas
St Helens, England
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If I were Prime Minister: St Helens kids share their ideas
Bridgend, Wales
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If I were Prime Minister: Bridgend kids share their ideas
Swindon, England
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If I were Prime Minister: Swindon kids share their ideas
Bromsgrove, England
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If I were Prime Minister: Bromsgrove kids share their ideas