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National Student Debate Final 2017

A huge well done to Queen's University Belfast, who battled it out against University of Warwick to emerge the winners of the National Student Debate Final on Saturday 25 March in Manchester. The motion was: UK medical graduates should either work for the NHS for four years or pay back the cost of their education after graduation.

Congratulations Queen's! ... and well done to Warwick for being worthy opponents.

Thank you to all the teams who entered and reached the final: Queen's University Belfast, University of Exeter, University of Manchester, University of Leeds, University of Warwick, Hull York Medical School, St George's University London & University of Sheffield. 

Huge thanks too to our panel of judges: Georgia Testa, Bryan Vernon, Pirashanthie Vivekananda-Schmidt, Andrew Papanikitas, Demian Whiting, Sarah Carter, Anne Slowther & Vivienne Crawford. 

Details of next year's National Student Debate Competition will be announced later this year.

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Winners! Queen's University Belfast

 

 

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Runners-up, University of Exeter