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To find out what young British voters are really thinking of the upcoming election, we went to an anarchic student house party in Manchester to talk politics and nitrous oxide.
April 9, 2015, 2:50pm

This article originally appeared on VICE UK.

The election is one month away and everyone is courting the youth vote. UKIP leader Nigel Farage has been fist-bumping Joey Essex, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has been pleading with students to give him another chance after betraying them in 2010, Labour's Ed Miliband has been messing about with his selfie stick, and Prime Minister David Cameron has been making six-year-old schoolgirls headbutt their desks, which is odd behavior, given that six-year-olds are currently unable to vote in the election.

To find out what young British voters are really thinking ahead of the most anarchic election in living memory, we went to an anarchic student house party in Manchester to talk to the wasted generation about George Osborne ("bellend"), the common agricultural policy, and nitrous oxide.

More from VICE on Election '15 here.