Your views on Question Time on Thursday 15 April 2010
Question Time, the BBC's premier political debate programme comes from London on Thursday 15 April.
The panel includes the Energy Secretary Ed Miliband, the shadow schools secretary Michael Gove, the Liberal Democrats' schools spokesman David Laws, UKIP's Nigel Farage, the director of the human rights organisation Liberty, Shami Chakrabarti and the broadcaster John Sergeant.
What are your thoughts about the programme and the panel? Let us know here on the Question Time debate page.
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Who won the debate tonight?
Will it affect the election result?
By inviting the public to govern are the Conservatives abdicating the important role of the government and the State in delivering the services our society needs?
Does Gordon Brown's admission that he should have controlled the banks more closely prove he's not suitable to continue to run the country's finances?
Would a hung parliament be the political equivalent of a giant cloud of volcanic ash settling over the country?