16th September 2005 at 01:00
A team from your school could get the chance to work with David Dimbleby and colleagues on a real Question Time programme by entering the Schools Question Time Challenge 20052006. This Institute for Citizenship initiative aims to help improve secondary students' public speaking and listening skills and engage them in society and politics.

Register before November 5 to guarantee a session with a BBC journalist; closing date: January 6.

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