The key to a strong political narrative in the UK is to build it into our children and encourage them to actively engage with politics. Not just activism but a genuine understanding of political theory and philosophy. Start by teaching politics in schools (Y10/11), teach all political philosophies unbiased, and how they align to the current political thought and parties - build knowledge and insight across the spectrum. Teach how to establish a new party if none exists for their views and how to get involved in activism and grass-roots politics - underpin it with real, deliberate thought and action. Teach peaceful activism and debate and encourage students to engage with the NUS and establish school political unions – teachers have one. Encourage debate. Advance the voting age to 16 – its their future, let them have a say; but do it once you have brought the impact their decision to reality. Make it real: encourage politicians to engage with schools. Not just turn up and give speeches for photo ops but really engage and chair debates, take part in debates – be challenged by students!