The hands represent two political parties. The man in the middle is the speaker. The coloured-in thumbs are the leaders of the party. They're having a vote to decide on policy. The red is in charge and the blues are the opposition.
The second image shows a leader who is telling the MPs to work and to solve problems. The MPs do the work without question. 99% of the credit goes to the leader despite the MPs doing all the work.
The third shows a leader who is followed around by his bad deeds. Since a leader usually has a lot of power I am showing that this leader has abused his power. My inspiration was Marley's ghost in A Christmas Carol.
Lots of politicians think they are more important than others. They're still people and are not more special. All the leaders seem to act in the same way, which is not to help people in need.
We've built politics and power because sometimes politicians seem to think they don't have to follow the rules they make because they think they are more important. The large wooden figure is deliberately bigger than the others and more messy to show this.
We've done general election and democracy. We've done this to show that people chose their leaders through voting and we also put what each part supports. The red party supports building more homeless shelters aand the blue party supports more shelters for animals and better education for children. It also shows that a politician can't be angry that their party didn't win because it's up to the people to decide.
This is leadership and justice. I have shown that you shouldn't pick on the basis of people you like so your choice should not be based on if you share the same religion or hair colour but it should be based on good intentions.
I chose Prime Ministers and responsibility. Prime Ministers must use their power to take care of their responsibilities. I am showing our two most recent prime ministers in the UK not acting on the increasing waste and rubbish. Theresa May has passed responsibility onto the new prime minister.