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We have been delighted by the response to the Lord Speaker's 'Raw Deal or Truth Told?' competition for young people and are pleased to announce the shortlisted 10 entries from schools and youth organisations across the UK.
We received 150 entries - involving over 500 students - and saw a wide range of different creative responses to the issue of young people's portrayal in the media.
While we were impressed by many of the submissions from across the UK, we have shortlisted the following.
The three winning submissions will be selected and the groups contacted in the week beginning 22 June.
Thank you to everyone who entered the
competition to share your views about young people in the media.
You will each receive a certificate and will be able to see the report the Hansard Society will produce - collating and summarising all your responses to this important issue.
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