Your views on Question Time Wednesday 7 April 2010
Question Time, the BBC's premier political debate programme comes from Woking on Thursday 7 April. The panel are Foreign Secretary David Miliband, shadow work and pensions secretary Theresa May, the former leader of the Liberal Democrats Sir Menzies Campbell, the historian Simon Schama and Daily Telegraph columnist Janet Daley.
What are your thoughts about the programme and the panel? Let us know here on the Question Time debate page.
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This week's questions.
Is the Prime Minister better qualified to decide whether the National Insurance increases will be harmful to economic recovery than the 60 business leaders backing the Tories?
Does Chris Grayling's stance on homosexual couples and B&B's show that the Conservatives' progressive and tolerant message is just an elaborate facade?
What's the point for voting for Labour when it has been suggested they will change their leader in the next year or two?
In the event of a hung parliament does the panel think the Lib Dems will support a party that does not support Proportional representation?
Gordon Brown launched his campaign yesterday by saying he comes from an ordinary middle class family. Is that essential in order to empathise with ordinary voters?