Diabetes UK is holding a Question Time event on 27 October at the House of Commons as part of the schools campaign, and is looking to give one lucky person the chance to attend.
The TV version of Question Time offers British voters the chance to quiz top decision-makers on current events.
How to enter
For Diabetes UK's version, we are inviting 11- to 18-year-olds to send in a question that they would like to ask politicians and decision makers about what they can do to make sure that schools support children with diabetes. You can send your question through our new 'My Voice' section. 'My Voice' is our new online network for young diabetes campaigners.
. Winners will be notified by 21 October 2009.
The lucky winner will have the chance to visit the House of Commons in Westminster, and attend the Question Time event.
The winner must be available to attend the Question Time event on 27 October from 2.30pm to 4.30pm at the House of Commons in London. Travel expenses will be covered.
For more information, visit 'My Voice' in our My life site for teenagers with diabetes.
Making all children matter
This competition is part of Diabetes UK’s 'Making all children matter' campaign (an England-only campaign). It is aimed at young people of secondary school age living in England.