School Reporters have been giving some of the UK's top politicians a grilling over the state of the economy. Teenagers from three schools put the questions to Chancellor Alistair Darling, Conservative shadow chancellor George Osborne and the Liberal Democrat Treasury spokesman Vince Cable.
The credit crunch has not just been affecting teenagers' pocket money but also family holidays and even the choice between sending children to private or state school. Moniker at the Abbey School in Reading reports.
Who benefits from the recession?
School Reporters from Queen Elizabeth Humanities College in Bromyard explore the effect of the credit crunch in their town centre. They found that an increase in business in the charity shop was countered by a decrease in donations.
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