Who is right in Question Time row?
Downing Street refused to allow a government minister to appear on the Question Time programme unless Tony Blair's former adviser Alastair Campbell was removed, the BBC has said. What is your reaction?
The Question Time editor said the request to replace Mr Campbell with a shadow minister was refused as a point of "fundamental principle". No 10 said it questioned his appearance instead of an opposition front bencher.
No representatives from the coalition government participated in the show but Tory backbencher John Redwood, former Lib Dem MP Susan Kramer, journalist Piers Morgan and Daily Mail columnist Max Hastings did appear.
Was it right for Alastair Campbell to appear? Was the coalition government right to complain? How should panellists be chosen for Question Time?
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