Election 87 On-line - [number Removed]

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The 'party which will improve public services, like health and education' is Labour, said the largest group of first-time voters in the Radio 1 Marplan survey, but could they live up to all the promises?

Today The Rt Hon Neil Kinnock is on-line with Simon Bates. If you're a young voter put your question direct to the Leader of the Labour Party by calling Radio 1.

Lines open at 4.30 pm.

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Unknown: Neil Kinnock

Unknown: Simon Bates.

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The Conservatives are 'the party which has the best policies on defence' said the largest group of young voters in the Radio 1

Marplan survey - but what else would a third consecutive Tory Government bring?

Simon Bates 's special guest On-line tonight is the Leader of the Conservative Party, The Rt Hon Margaret Thatcher. Young voters can pose questions live, by dialing Radio 1 - the lines open at 4.30 pm.

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Unknown: Simon Bates

Unknown: Margaret Thatcher.

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The party with 'fresh new ideas which will help people like me' was how the largest group of you described the Liberal/SDP Alliance in the Radio 1 Marplan survey of young voters. But can they deliver the goods?

With just a week to polling day, Simon Bates 's special guest on-line is The Rt Hon David Steel. If you're voting for the first time, dial Radio 1 to put your questions direct to the Leader of the Liberal Party. The lines open at 4.30 pm.

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Unknown: Simon Bates

Unknown: David Steel.