Articles by young people about current affairs
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As the BBC chooses Bonnie Tyler and Believe in Me as our entry to Eurovision, Nathan looks over the song and our chances of European victory...
How we’re undermining women’s rights in the name of Feminism.
As the pay slip of an average Hollywood star reaches over £1,000,000 a week, Nathan looks into the whole issue of Celebs and their wages.
The team at the Leicester camp invite us down to observe a few hours in the life of a protest movement.
County Members of Youth Parliament head to London to take part in Parliamentary debates
A chat with Leicester’s hottest multi-cultural author
This summer I went to Mexico with a group of Girl Guides, which was a fantastic experience. As I had promised, I have written an article of my experiences while I was there.
The energy saving initiative that will take place from October 11-17 across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland.
Yup, it's a cheesy headline, but hey, when there's an obvious pun...
The group called Odd socks with the 8-12 year old childeren from the local area partner up with John Gallas to get those creative poetic words working.
Music for Heroes’, the inaugural event of which in 2010 will be centred on the geographical heart of the country in Leicester.
The winners of the ‘Bebo’s Big Think’ – Sex. Worth Talking competition headed to London for a ‘Girls Night In’ at the luxurious Hotel Russell and a ‘Boys Night Out at the Bloomsbury Bowling Lanes, hosted by MTV BASE presenter, Zara Martin.
BSF or Building Schools for the Future is the largest programme in England to improve and build new schools. The aim is to improve your schools and give you a better chance in life.
Three young people from around the country had the unique opportunity to pitch their ideas to the Prime Minister at a full Cabinet meeting.
Girl Guiding UK is the country's largest girls voluntary organisation, with 575,000 members!
I caught up with the comedian come political activist at his "Invade Jersey" protest in Leicester...
This youth question time was the latest in a series of topical debates organized by the Black Future.
/Udivka/ responds to recent comments by Leicester MP Keith Vaz suggesting that violent video games should be banned for all ages.
Michelle talks about her role in the "Big Think" campaign, The Apprentice, and offers some encouraging words for potential young business people out there.