DD will be voting for the first time in the upcoming election. Where could I point her for unbiased information (if anywhere!) preferably in video form as she is dyslexic and never reads by choice. She is also not hugely well so trying to reduce any major efforts for her, she is interested but exhausted, didn't want to drip feed.
I don't feel qualified to give her a political overview as when I have thought about it my view of the political situation is gappy and at times biased as I am sure is the case for many.
There's an unbiased fact checking website called fullfact.org which provides background to all the 'claims' made by politicians. It's colourful and visual with some videos and also easy navigation to hop in and out of.
Maybe have the radio on in the background when current event/news programmes are on? I find its good for allowing information to drip in while I'm busy doing other things. Means I can become better informed without it taking up too much time (I'm lazy!) If I hear something that catches my interest, I can then look it up later, or check full fact.