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Published on April 8th, 2010 | by The Editor
Image © This time on Uni-Q, Gavin and Sofia were at Cotham School in Bristol, where they were joined by Labour MP Kerry McCarthy, the Liberal Democrat Universities Spokesman Stephen Williams, and his Conservative challenger Nick Yarker. Our audience, made up of students from Cotham and the rest of the North Bristol post-16 centre, quizzed the panel on a host of topics. Is a new tax hike on cider a good thing? Should the Government stop interfering with our health choices? And does Britain have a racial divide in its largest cities? And as always, the audience voted for a Political Hot Potato for the panel to tackle, and in this episode guests get to grips with Broken Britain - grim fact, or fanciful fiction? Remember to keep an eye out for the Final episode of Uni-Q, which will be broadcast here in the run-up to polling day. Uni-Q is created by Catch21 Productions, in association with The Independent and The University of Hull.

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Uni-Q Series 2: Episode 4

This time on Uni-Q, Gavin and Sofia were at Cotham School in Bristol, where they were joined by Labour MP Kerry McCarthy, the Liberal Democrat Universities Spokesman Stephen Williams, and his Conservative challenger Nick Yarker. Our audience, made up of students from Cotham and the rest of the North Bristol post-16 centre, quizzed the panel on a host of topics. Is a new tax hike on cider a good thing? Should the Government stop interfering with our health choices? And does Britain have a racial divide in its largest cities? And as always, the audience voted for a Political Hot Potato for the panel to tackle, and in this episode guests get to grips with Broken Britain – grim fact, or fanciful fiction?

Remember to keep an eye out for the Final episode of Uni-Q, which will be broadcast here in the run-up to polling day.

Uni-Q is created by Catch21 Productions, in association with The Independent and The University of Hull.


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