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Published on May 5th, 2010 | by The Editor
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This is the first Uni-Q Young Leaders Debate, and it's the first ever debate between leaders of the youth parties to be broadcast in the UK. Our hosts Georgia and Sofia are back in London this time to let an audience of students and young people put their questions to the political leaders of tomorrow.

On the panel were Wes Streeting, a Labour Students leader and outgoing President of the NUS, the Conservative Future Chairman Michael Rock, and the Chair of Liberal Youth, Alan Belmore, who is also England's youngest Parliamentary candidate.

At the end of the show we go all Ready Steady Cook and let the audience decide who came out on top in the debate.Our audience at the University of London Union was made up of students and young people from all over the capital, and they came prepared to ask the panel about a whole range of tricky topics. Who will guard students against increased fees? Is immigration really that big a problem? And how can the new government cut Britain's massive deficit? So take a look at what the panel had to say, and decide for yourself which party deserves young voters' support.

One last thing from us at Uni-Q: Make sure you use your vote tomorrow, because whoever you choose, your voice deserves to be heard.

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

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Uni-Q Episode 5: Young Leaders Debate

This is the first Uni-Q Young Leaders Debate, and it’s the first ever debate between leaders of the youth parties to be broadcast in the UK. Our hosts Georgia and Sofia are back in London this time to let an audience of students and young people put their questions to the political leaders of tomorrow.

On the panel were Wes Streeting, a Labour Students leader and outgoing President of the NUS, the Conservative Future Chairman Michael Rock, and the Chair of Liberal Youth, Alan Belmore, who is also England’s youngest Parliamentary candidate.

At the end of the show we go all Ready Steady Cook and let the audience decide who came out on top in the debate.Our audience at the University of London Union was made up of students and young people from all over the capital, and they came prepared to ask the panel about a whole range of tricky topics. Who will guard students against increased fees? Is immigration really that big a problem? And how can the new government cut Britain’s massive deficit? So take a look at what the panel had to say, and decide for yourself which party deserves young voters’ support.

One last thing from us at Uni-Q: Make sure you use your vote tomorrow, because whoever you choose, your voice deserves to be heard.

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


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    The Liberal Democrats saying they will abolish tuition fees… What a thing retrospect is.

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