Your views on Question Time 8 July 2010
Question Time, the BBC's premier political debate programme comes from Edinburgh on Thursday 8 July.
David Dimbleby will be joined by panellists, the Conservative peer Lord Forsyth, shadow International Development secretary Douglas Alexander, Lib Dem MP and Secretary of State for Scotland Michael Moore, the Deputy First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon, and Irish comedian Ed Byrne.
The questions asked were:
Given that the majority of voters actively voted against the Conservative cuts agenda what mandate do the Lib-Con coalition have to implement such aggressive cuts in public spending?
Should we have confidence in a minister for education who didn't take the time to check over his homework before releasing it?
Do you agree with the US senate's call for an official investigation into Scotland's release of Abdelbasat al Megrahi?
Should Britain's withdrawal of troops from Sangin Province be viewed as a beginning of a retreat?
Does planning the referendum on voting reform for the same day as Holyrood elections fit in with David Cameron's pledge to respect the devolved governments?
This debate is now closed. Thank you for your comments.