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DAVID COULD BE A GOLIATH.

Byline: Ros Wynne-Jones

Congratulations to David Allkins from Newquay, Cornwall, who has just been appointed as Political Correspondent for the charity United Response.

David, who has Aspergers Syndrome and communication difficulties, has a wealth of knowledge about politics - and will be organising a series of videos and 'Easy Read' briefings for disabled people during the election. David says if he were Prime Minister he would "replace Prime Minister's Questions with a set of questions sent in from the public that the PM answers each week, so that - rather than a bunch of people shouting at each other and name-calling - there'd be a more sensible process."

Watch David's first video here: tinyurl.com/n2pfxyk

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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Feb 4, 2015
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