I would like to make a freedom of information request for documents relating to Cambridgeshire County Council's work in connection with the UK Youth Parliament (UKYP):
Could you please release:
1. Documents describing the current election procedure for members of the UKYP (and deputy members) representing Cambridgeshire.
2. The fraction of Cambridgeshire schools participating in elections for the members of the UKYP for Cambridgeshire; preferably broken down into state and independent schools. I would like this information for elections held in the last three years.
3. The number of votes cast, and the size of the electorate, by each UKYP "constituency" within the county, again for the last three elections.
4. A list of all local boards, committees, panels, assemblies etc. on which Cambridgeshire County Council is aware members of the UKYP are currently represented alongside elected councillors.
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