In the UK we have a legal system built on democracy. This means everyone has a voice but the majority win. This means there will be occasions when your vote is the opposite to what you have voted for.
Next week the country votes about leaving the European Union, people have already voted to leave but there are many who disagree and want this changed.
Should we be allowed to change something when the majority want it?
In school terms, the majority want a longer break. They win but the minority are not happy with the result.( You also have to remember that no one knows how anyone voted.) They want a shorter break, they are not happy at all and continue to protest. Is this fair? What do you think?