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Mr Mossfield, pursuant to notice, moved—That this House:

(1) recognises that there needs to be a greater recognition by all adults of the needs of younger people;

(2) recognises that there needs to be a nation-wide recognition that young people can gather together without being regarded as potential law-breakers;

(3) recognises that security personnel need to be far better trained to deal with young people in shopping centres and other public places and that such training enable the security personnel to better determine the correct method of handling young people in public places and shopping centres;

(4) recognises that adults need to be more publicly exposed to young people and listen uncritically to the views they express and respect young people for the views they hold even if they are not agreed with;

(5) recognises that Parliament supports the provision of an increase in technical high schools where young people can expand their practical talents where they are not necessarily academically inclined;

(6) recognises that Parliament recognises the need for increasing dramatically the number of careers advisers available to young people for assistance prior to their leaving school and seeking full time employment; and

(7) conduct a Parliamentary inquiry into the foregoing in order that proper national policies can be recommended to Government that will assist the advancement of young people of the future.

Debate ensued.

At 1.45 p.m., the time allotted for the debate having expired, the debate was interrupted in accordance with standing order 106A, Mr Cameron was granted leave to continue his speech when the debate is resumed, and the resumption of the debate was made an order of the day for the next sitting.