Some of them might not be able to vote yet, but more than 300 young people will descend on Parliament to debate issues affecting young people in front of MPs.
The attendees are made up of elected Members of Youth Parliament and they’ll be discussing five topics voted for by a whopping 250,000 young people. They’ll be getting hot under the collar about topics like making public transport cheaper and more accessible, work experience and unemployment, equal marriage rights for all people in the UK, equal minimum wage for adults and young people and a curriculum to prepare students for life after education.
The debate will be presided over by the Speaker John Bercow MP and the Members of Youth Parliament will be joined by Leader of the House, Andrew Lansley MP and Shadow Leader of the House, Angeka Eagle MP.
The same issues will be debated in schools across the country as part the of the UK Youth Parliament’s Create the Debate Scheme, which is in partnerships with BBC Free Speech and Parliament Week.
But what would YOU ask in Parliament? We asked the Twitterverse and here’s what you said: