A student led investigation into political power in Britain. Follow the video trail.
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A group of 16-18 year old students gained unprecedented access to UK company boardrooms and the corridors of power. They recorded video interviews with the 'oligarchs', the the top people in business, finance, politics and the media and asked: 'who runs this place?'. The boardrooms of the Royal Bank of Scotland, the BBC, Vodafone, BP, Better Capital, the British Bankers Assoc, the CBI, the NHS and the Daily Mail were opened to them. They also questioned senior journalists Jon Snow, Alan Yentob, Stephanie Flanders and Greg Dyke, as well as politicians Jon Cruddas, Andrew Tyrie, John Hilary and the whistleblower 'Cityboy'.