Young reporters

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    Video caption: Teen entrepreneurs’ top business tips

    Two young businessmen who started their ventures when they were at school share their advice on how to sustain your business during the pandemic.

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    Video caption: Find your voice with the BBC Young Reporter Competition

    We want to hear about the stories that matter to young people.

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    Video caption: Why is TikTok so popular among teens?

    Scottish TikTok influencer Kristen gives the lowdown on why the app is so loved by young people like her.

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    Video caption: Black Lives Matter: What is systemic racism? Kids’ questions answered

    A politician, historian and academic answer kids' questions on Black Lives Matter.

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    Video caption: What have young people been getting up to during 100 days of lockdown?

    How young people across the UK have been experiencing the coronavirus lockdown

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    Video caption: Coronavirus: We answer kids' questions about going back to school

    The BBC's Education Editor Branwen Jeffreys answers kids' questions about going back to school.

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    Video caption: Coronavirus: 'When will pandemic end?' and other kids' questions

    Jonathan Ball, professor of virology at the University of Nottingham, answers science questions sent in by children, that you've probably been wondering about too.

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    Video caption: Coronavirus: When can we hug our friends and family again?

    Advice for children on how to look after their mental health during the pandemic crisis.

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    Video caption: What’s it like still being at school during the coronavirus lockdown?

    Not all schoola are shut during lthe coronavirus lockdown as some students are still attending because their parents are key workers.

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    Video caption: Top tips for learning at home from those in the know!

    Learning at home has become the new norm for most young people during the coronavirus pandemic but it is something Gabriella, Thomas and Hebe are more familiar with.