General Election 2017: Conservative? Labour? Liberal Democrats? Green? UKIP? Take our test to find out who you should vote for

PUBLISHED: 17:00 01 June 2017

The candidate standing for election in Weston-super-Mare, Helen Hims (UKIP), Mike Bell (Liberal Democrats), Tim Taylor (Labour), Suneil Basu (Green Party), John Penrose (Conservatives).

The candidate standing for election in Weston-super-Mare, Helen Hims (UKIP), Mike Bell (Liberal Democrats), Tim Taylor (Labour), Suneil Basu (Green Party), John Penrose (Conservatives).

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There is only one week to go until Weston-super-Mare voters head to the polls in this General Election. If you still don’t know who to vote for, take our test to see if it helps.

The five main parties – all of which are standing in Weston – have published their manifestos, and we have picked out 12 of the biggest talking points.

Pick the statements you agree with, and the test will determine which of the party’s issues most closely match your own.

Even if you already know who you are voting for, you could be in for a surprise.

MORE: Who is standing in Weston-super-Mare?

A Mercury survey has revealed around 57 per cent of people in Weston and North Somerset have already decided who gets their vote.

But there are still 25 per cent of people wavering between two parties, and five per cent torn by three or more or options.

Here is the latest election news.


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