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Kids in the Shetland Isles vote on what matters to them

Kids get the power in Scotland

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How would you like the chance to tell the people in charge what they should change?

Well that's just what pupils at a school in the Shetland Islands got to do, when they were visited by the man who makes the decisions that affect kids.

Tam Baillie is the children's commissioner in Scotland - and it's his job to make kids' lives better.

Hayley went to meet the guys as they asked Tam some pretty tricky questions and voted on what they'd do differently if they were in charge!