Pupils given their own online question time

18th May 2001 at 01:00
YOUNGSTERS can put their election queries to the leaders of the three major political parties through a question-and-answer website. Between now and June 7, representatives for Tony Blair, William Hague and Chares Kennedy will respond to all questions posted at www.tele-school.org. The website was founded by former headteacher and education consultant Grahame Leon-Smith to foster pupil interest in politics.

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