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Student 'elections'.

STUDENTS in Nuneaton are proving you're never to young to flex your political muscles.

Young people at King Edward VI Sixth Form College will be running mock elections tomorrow - the day before voters in Nuneaton and Bedworth go to the polls in council elections.

Their in-school campaign has been prompted by Warwickshire County Council's Flex Your Muscles in Brussels campaign which aims to encourage more young people approaching voting age to take an interest in local elections.

On Friday the college will run a political question-time, with student candidates giving speeches and quizzing a panel of prospective Euro MPs
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Date:May 4, 1999
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