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13th April 2007 at 01:00
Anti-social behaviour, faith schools, closed curcuit TV voyeurism and the future of Milton Keynes are among the topics teenagers from four secondary schools would like to see discussed on Question Time.

The Schools' Question Time Challenge, sponsored by The TES, requires 14 to 18-year-olds to put forward their own proposals for a discussion based on the well-known BBC format. Winning schools were Ilford Ursuline high, Essex, Denbigh high in Luton, Ringwood school, Hampshire, and Whitby community college, Yorkshire. The special Question Time programme is on July 5.

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