Should the UK ban beauty pageants for children?
24 September 2013 Last updated at 15:27 BST
A leading charity is calling for children under the age of eight to be prevented from taking part in beauty pageants.
Kidscape, a child protection charity, says the pageants are commercialising childhood and sexualising girls at a young age.
The call comes as France prepares to ban child pageants altogether, over concerns that they promote the sexualisation of minors.
So should the UK follow suit?
BBC Radio 5 live's Phil Williams put that question to Kidscape CEO Claude Knights and Anita Moss, who enters her 4-year-old daughter into beauty pageants.