Knowing who represents you and who to contact in the UK Parliament if you have an issue or idea to share is key to getting your views heard.
Voting is an important way to take part in democracy in the UK. Through voting, people chose who will represent them in the House of Commons, local councils and devolved governments such as the Scottish Parliament. But did you know that different elections use different voting systems?
To vote in the upcoming General Election in the UK - you must be registered to vote by Tuesday 26th November. Register now!
There's a Scottish Parliamentary election on May 5th. The voting age was recently lowered from 18 to 16, meaning that thousands of young people will be heading to a polling station for the first time. 19 year-old Emma Campbell explains why it's vital that young people use their vote.
Ever wanted to see inside the House of Commons, the House of Lords and the surrounding areas. If so book onto a virtual guided tour of the Palace of Westminster.
Find out who your local member of Parliament is. Get to know how they represent you and how you can get in touch with them.
This short animation explores the history, role, work and membership of the commons and how it holds the government to account.