Friday, 7 September 2007

Teenagers welcome Cameron's 'national service'

Youngsters across the country have given the thumbs up to David Cameron's plans for a national citizen service unveiled this week. Under the scheme teenagers will devote six weeks to “patriotic” national service, and get the chance to put something back into Britain. One schoolboy, Gideon Osborne, 16, is excited at the prospect. "It will be so much fun. I'm going to be Chancellor in the summer holidays," says Gideon. "And then they're going to let William Hague from the upper sixth have a go."

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