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Sassy 10-Year-Old Girls on BBC

Watch These 10-Year-Old Girls Impressively School a BBC Presenter

Ten-year-olds turn the tables on presenter, Andrew Neil about banning unhealthy food in schools. #CBBC More from #BBCDP here: bbc.in/1pQvPwp

Posted by BBC News on Friday, March 18, 2016

Most 10-year-olds aren't too keen about healthy food and definitely not passionate enough to advocate for it on BBC News. But these two girls brought their A game on the network's Daily Politics with Andrew Neil, and let's just say they were nothing short of brilliant. Authoritative and incredibly articulate, the young ladies argued in favor of banning unhealthy food in schools. And they just weren't having it when Neil presented the opposing side. He told the two, "When I was your age and someone told me not to do something, that usually meant I tried to do it." One of the them had the sassiest rebuttal: "Maybe you weren't educated properly enough about health and well-being." Mic drop.

It's almost hard to believe they're as young as they are; clearly they're wise well beyond their years. Bravo, ladies!

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