In English I'm doing a presentation about "Way to Adulthood" in UK, with a focus on age limits and how they shape youths.
(I'm supposed to compare it with the restrictions and youths in Sweden, but you don't have to worry about that part unless you're Swedish ;))
Any thoughts? Reflections? Trolling?
Age restrictions in cinemas are as follows
U = Universal, all ages
PG = Parental Guidance
12A = No child under the age of 12 can see this film unacomonoied
12 = No child under the age of 12 can see this film at the cinema
15 = No one under the age of 15 can see this film at the cinema
18 = No one under the age of 18 can see this film at the cinema
Voting in the UK is 18
Legal age is generally speaking 10, in so far as that is when you are deemed to have legal responsibility for a crime, though you will be treated differently by the CJS untill you are 18 I think. Can you be more specific about what you mean by legal age.
You can ride a moped when you are 16 and drive when you are 17, but there are some more details. Info here
You can find lots about the UK government at direct gov