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Debate on reality TV.

THE impact of reality television on the aspirations of young people will be the topic at a speaking competition tonight.

Lichfield MP Michael Fabricant will attend the Arthur Price of England schools' speaking competition at the Guildhall in Bore Street, Lichfield, at 7.30pm. Four high schools will take part - The Friary, Chasetown Specialist Sports College, Chase Terrace Technology College and King Edward VI Schools.

The subject of the competition is: This House believes that celebrity culture and reality TV unduly influence the aspirations of young people.
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Publication:Birmingham Mail (England)
Date:Feb 27, 2009
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