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PM 'pushing down talented young'

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Nick Clegg recently said that people should get internships, for instance, based on their talents and not through connections. Conversely, David Cameron says he feels "very relaxed" about handing out internships to children of friends. What does this mean for the coalition's ambitions on social mobility? Our political correspondent Louise Stewart is back. Gus Baker, student and co-founder of pressure group Intern Aware, discusses the difficulties most young people face who are not well-connected.


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