Bingo! Like the General Election it's all a bit of a lottery. But what do the bingo players themselves want from the candidates in the election on 8 June?
What are the issues that matter to them? And how much will the older generation be voting - with the future of the young generation in mind?
Fred went along to a bingo hall at Shirley, in Southampton, to call a few numbers.
Reading is a town of contrasts. Famous for beer, bulbs and biscuits in the past - today it's the digital capital of the Thames Valley.Read the full story ›
The constituency seat of Southampton Test has been Labour for two decades. Corbyn would love to hold on to it - but May has her sights on itRead the full story ›
The town of Eastbourne may have a reputation as a genteel seaside town - but it will be the scene for a fierce election battle on 8th June.Read the full story ›
Student loans have been in the news headlines after the Labour Party released more details of its plans to scrap university tuition fees starting from September 2017, should the party win the General Election in June.
Meanwhile an ITV Meridian investigation reveals that the sum of debt owed by students could be a lot higher than they initially think - because of interest charges which start from the day the loan begins.
This is the first of two special reports from our Social Affairs Correspondent Christine Alsford.
The report contain interviews with: Estelle Clarke, campaigner and expert; Tom Woolf, Founder of EdAid; Jessie Hamil-Stewart, a first year student; and David Tyler, a Financial Advisor. There is also footage from a Student Loan information film.
An 82-year-old nurse from Eastbourne says she's glad that social care has become the main issue this week.
Shirley McCall questioned politicians on Thursday at the ITV Party Leaders' debate.
She relies on carers to help her get dressed and to make her meals. But she says so many people - are not given the help they need.
Sarah Saunders' report includes footage of the ITV Party Leaders' debate, including the leader of Ukip, Paul Nuttall; the co-leader of the Green Party, Caroline Lucas; and the leader of the Liberal Democrats, Tim Farron. Along with a speech from the prime minister, Theresa May and leader of the Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn.
Find out who has pledged to scrap them, whose plan will see them rise and which party believes only "able students" should not have to pay.Read the full story ›
Labour said the pledge to scrap tuition fees is "the right thing to do" as the party makes a late plea to students to register to vote.Read the full story ›
Voters have until 11.59pm on Monday 22 May to vote in the General Election. Here is how to make sure you don't miss out.Read the full story ›
In a week that has seen the ITV Leaders' Debate and the release of more party manifestos, we sent Simon and Amanda to a Brighton market to find out the election issues that really matter to you.