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Friday, 7 June, 2002, 09:46 GMT 10:46 UK
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You are cordially invited to watch a special debate: Our monarchy: the next 50 years.

Martin Popplewell introduced the three Silver Jubilee Babes - Deborah, Lucy and Dougald who were all born in 1977 - before the main debate.


The main debate shown on BBC One was hosted by David Dimbleby.

Ahead of the main debate, we spoke to our three Jubilee Babes to determine their views.

Jubilee Babes

Deborah Thomas is a royalist, Lucy Tzouliadis a republican and Dougald Hine can see both the advantages and disadvantages of a royalist and republican state.

Our Jubilee Babes were subjected to a variety of different opinions - from experts, celebrities and you.

We asked you to try to change their minds on the monarchy by sending in your comments and arguments.


Martin Popplewell asked whether the three Silver Jubilee Babes changed their minds after the debate.


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