What would you ask Ed Miliband?

Dina Rickman@dinarickman
Friday 05 December 2014 18:00
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Ed Miliband will take part in an hour-long question-and-answer sessions with young voters on Monday as part of Leaders Live.

Each party leader has signed up to take part in the debates, which are organised by youth democracy movement Bite the Ballot and will be live streamed here

Mr Miliband has selected three main topics to be grilled on: Jobs/economy, health and democracy and a fourth will be chosen by people voting online. You can tweet a question for Miliband on one of those three topics now using the hashtag #Leaderslive.

To help inspire you, we asked our student ambassadors and their friends to write down their questions for Mr Miliband.

Rory Morgan

22-years-old studying classics at Exeter University

Kieran Stewart

Cecilia Farr

20-years-old, studying history and international relations at Royal Holloway University of London

Migena Sadikaj

19-years-old, studying graphic communication design at the university of Westminster

Lewis Peet

21-years-old, studying English and film at Queen Mary University London

Joshua Mcloughlin

Studying English literature at Manchester University

Amy Wand

20-years-old, studying sociology at the University of the West of England, Bristol

Lauren Meechan

19-years-old, studying journalism and the news industry at Kent University

Harrison Jones

20-years-old, studying history and politics at Exeter University

Eddie Scott

19-years-old, studying politics and history at Queen Mary University London

Ed Preston (and friend)

24-years-old studying creative music and sound technology at Leeds University

Abdulrahman Boudiaf

Abigail Nuttall

20-years-old, studying journalism and the news industry at Kent University

Akshay Shah

19-years-old, studying mathematics and business at the university of Warwick

Chris Holdsworth

20-years-old, studying geography at Glasgow University

Jack Dempsey

19-years-old, studying English literature with creative writing at Newcastle University

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