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Terrorism, Racism, University fees

Do you think a university degree is a good investment, bearing in mind the debts that students end up with? Would advise your children or grandchildren to go to university?

After the tragic terrorist attack in Barcelona this week and indeed that attacks across Europe over past few months can we do more to prevent everyday objects, cars and vans, being used as weapons? Do you think there are practical steps we should be taking to make us safer? We'd like to hear your opinions.

A level results were out this week but do you think a University degree is a good investment, bearing in mind the debts that students end up with. We'd like to hear from you on whether you would advise your children or grandchildren to go to University.

This week Labour MP Sarah Champion resigned as Shadow Equalities Minister after she wrote an article in the Sun saying the country had a 'problem with British Pakistani men raping and exploiting white girls'. Should she have resigned? Are we unable to discuss issues of race without being labelled a racist?

And finally, if you could take over Donald Trump's twitter account for 10 minutes what would your write -

I'm looking forward to those answers.

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Presenter: Andrea Catherwood
Producer: Maire Devine
Editor: Eleanor Garland.

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