This episode of BBCQT came from Manchester, with panelists Matthew Hancock MP (Conservative), ex-mayor of London Ken Livingstone (Labour), Peter Wishart MP (SNP), Kate Andrews from the Adam Smith institute and comedian Matt Forde.
This episode of BBCQT came from Leicester, with panelists Priti Patel MP (Conservative), Tim Farron MP (Liberal Democrat), Stewart Hosie MP (SNP), Lisa Nandy MP (Labour) and columnist Melanie Phillips (The Times).
Quesrtion 1: Is Theresa May right? Does immigration at its current level make a cohesive society impossible? Read More »
The first BBCQT of the Parliamentary season was held in Wembley, with a panel comprised of comedian and writer Sandi Toksvig, Liz Truss MP (Conservative), John McDonnell MP (Labour), Alex Salmond MP (SNP) and Daily Telegraph columnist Tim Stanley.
The BBCQT panel in Derby was comprised of Hilary Devey (businesswoman; formerly of Dragon’s Den), Tim Farron MP (Lib Dem; candidate for next leader), Stella Creasy MP (Labour; candidate for next deputy leader), Nicky Morgan MP (Conservative; education minister) and Owen Jones (Guardian columnist).
This week’s Question Time came from Bristol, with panelists (left to right in photo) historian and Daily Telegraph columnist Tim Stanley, Caroline Lucas MP (Green), Douglas Alexander MP (Labour), Elizabeth Truss MP (Conservative), and Vince Cable MP (Lib Dem).
Question 1: Following the Miliband/Fallon spat, at what point do the parties stop slinging mud and start selling themselves?Read More »