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  Ant and Dec voted 'children's champions'
Updated 20 November 2001, 08.33

Most young people want Ant and Dec to stand up for children's rights.

A survey has shown nine out of 10 of you think there should be a "children's champion" in the Government to make sure politicians listen to what young people think.

The poll also showed more than half of 10-16 year olds think children's views are not listened to.

Prince William

When asked who the ideal "children's champion" would be, Ant and Dec got 40% of the votes. Other stars put forward were:

  • David Beckham (16%)
  • Prince William (13%)
  • Emma Bunton (8%)
  • Esther Rantzen (2%)
  • Mo Mowlam (1%)

The survey was carried out by the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC).


 
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