YouTuber Leena (aka justkissmyfrog) believes a basic health service is "a given for any society claiming to be civilised."
In her policy video for Leaders Live, she worries that privatisation of the NHS will lead to "survival of the richest" and pledges to grill political leaders on why "even scraping the top of NHS funding ever even entered their minds".
What will you ask political leaders when they tackle young people's questions in a series of live streamed Q&As on YouTube?
Lewis Hamilton's Mercedes team have joined a flurry of Twitter tributes after the British driver won his second world Formula 1 world title.
Big names from around the sporting world also paid tribute to Hamilton on Twitter, including tennis star Andy Murray, former England striker Ian Wright and golf legend Greg Norman.
Lewis Hamilton has won his second Formula 1 world title, ahead of Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg.
A suicide bomber has killed at least 40 people at a volleyball match in eastern Afghanistan, officials say.
Paktia provincial spokesman Mukhles Afghan said at least 50 more were wounded in the attack in Paktia province, where hundreds had gathered to watch a tournament final.
He said most of the casualties were civilians.
At least 45 people have reportedly been killed in a revenge attack by Islamist militants Boko Haram in north-eastern Nigeria.
A military source told Reuters said the militants stormed the village of Azaya Kura on Wednesday to avenge the killings of four Boko Haram members by the Nigerian military.
The chairman of the local Mafa district council, Shettima Lawan, said: "They slaughtered 45 people. They've been buried.
One witness said the fanatics had "tied peoples' hands behind their backs and slit their throats like animals".
Roger Federer has beaten Richard Gasquet to give himself and Switzerland their first-ever Davis Cup title.
The allegations of child sex abuse at public institutions that have emerged so far are just the "tip of the iceberg", Theresa May has warned.
The Home Secretary told the BBC's Andrew Marr Show it was crucial to "get to the truth" of what happened in the 1970s and 1980s.
Metropolitan Police commissioner Bernard Hogan-Howe said there were 40 of his officers "looking into these relatively new claims" about Westminster child abuse.
There have recently been allegations about the possible murder of a young boymade the claims "even more serious".