Higher aspiration

3rd March 2000 at 00:00
FOUR IN five teenagers want to go to university, according to a poll by the Face magazine. The majority are very ambitious with a third of boys wanting to set up their own business. The poll also revealed young people thik Britain would be better without the Queen, who topped the list of irritating celebrities.

Reports compiled by Jon Slater, with the help of the National Children's Bureau library and information service.


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