kennedy. [cheers and applause] >> thank you, mr. speaker. fellow members of the u.k. youth parliament, we do not know what we wanted to do until we gained a little bit of work experience. we learn people across the u.k. are entitled to one or two ways of work experience. this is no longer compulsory. do you agree with me that it should be? we all know young people in our local areas whose work placement in the past have involved making play, photocopying, and shadowing rather than the high- quality working sprinkler they deserve. high-quality work insurance and guidance is about as aspirational, as proactive, and comes rather than the -- it is focused upon. it benefits and inspires. the ukyp represent 11-year-olds to 18-year-olds, and voting in favor is more inclusive than those we represent and does not just represent the smaller such as voting for 16- and 17-year- olds. youth unemployment is a huge issue, better fellow members, don't you agree quality careers advice, work experience. a report finds that young people who take part in work experience are 40% less likely to be unemployed.
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