School Reporters grill politicians

Pupils at Methodist College Belfast Pupils at Methodist College Belfast interviewed several politicians

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School Report teams around the UK have been quizzing political leaders on their policies.

As part of BBC School Report Newsday 2015, politicians have been facing tough questions on many different topics.

Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg was ticked off for not wearing a tie to his interview - and promised he'd smarten up next time he met the pupils.

The politicians who were put on the spot were:

Conservative Party's Sajid Javid, Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport - interviewed by pupils from Watford Grammar School for Girls and Lilian Baylis Technology School in London

MP Sajid Javid takes questions from School Reporters.

Labour's shadow education secretary, Tristram Hunt, interviewed by youngsters from Pimlico Academy in London and Carre's Grammar School in Sleaford, Lincolnshire

Political interviews: Labour's Tristram Hunt

Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg, interviewed by students at Treviglas Community College in Newquay, Cornwall

School Report political interviews - Nick Clegg

Scottish National Party leader Nicola Sturgeon, interviewed by boys from Hawick High School in the Scottish Borders

Political interviews - Nicola Sturgeon

Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood, interviewed by pupils at Ysgol Gyfun Gwyr in Swansea

General Election 2015: School Report political interviews - Leanne Wood.

Green Party's MP Caroline Lucas was interviewed by young people from Patcham High School, in Brighton.

School Report - Caroline Lucas

In Northern Ireland School Reporters from the Methodist College in Belfast interviewed Feargal McKinney (SDLP), Pat Sheehan (Sinn Fein), Jo-Ann Dobson (UUP), Jonathan Bell (DUP) and Judith Cochrane (Alliance).

Methodist College pupils inside Stormont

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