Your views on Question Time: 25 February 2010
Question Time, the BBC's premier political debate programme comes from Cardiff on Thursday 25 February.
The panel includes the senior Labour politician Peter Hain MP, the shadow defence secretary Dr Liam Fox MP, the Plaid Cymru leader Elfyn Llwyd MP, UKIP's Nigel Farage MEP and the journalist and broadcaster Janet Street Porter.
What are your thoughts about the programme and the panel? Let us know here on the Question Time debate page.
The way we run the Have Your Say debate for Question Time has changed. To give us your views you will need to sign in using your BBC iD. If you do not have a BBC iD you can create one by clicking on 'Create' at the top right of this page.
How damaging is the bullying allegation to Gordon Brown and the Labour Party in the run up to a general election?
Is it conceivable that "the forces of hell" were unleashed against Alastair Darling from Number 10 without Gordon Brown's knowledge or consent?
Are Nigel Farage's rude and attention seeking remarks about the new President of the European Council conclusive proof that he and UKIP have become a boorish national embarrassment?
Should RBS pay 1.3 billion pounds in bonuses when they lost £3.6 billion last year?
Was Ed Balls right to amend the Children's, Schools & Families Bill to allow faith schools to teach sex education in a way that reflects their beliefs?
Shouldn't John Terry be the one stepping down from the England team, not Wayne Bridge?