Your views on Question Time 10th June 2010
Question Time, the BBC's premier political debate programme comes from Plymouth on Thursday 10th June.
The panel is Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt, the shadow culture secretary Ben Bradshaw, the leader of the Respect Party, Salma Yaqoob, the businesswomen Katie Hopkins and the journalist and author Toby Young.
What are your thoughts about the programme and the panel? Let us know here on the Question Time debate page.
The debate is now closed. Thank you for your comments.
The following questions were asked:
Is the Coalition Government asking the public for suggestions for spending cuts simply a way of passing the buck or have they run out of ideas already?
What advice did Lady Thatcher gave to the Prime Minister during her visit to number 10 earlier this week?
Is the continuing oil leak in the Gulf a threat to US-British relations, and was Boris Johnson right to hit back at US politicians alleged 'anti-British rhetoric'?
Is Diane Abbott's nomination for the Labour leadership simply tokenism?
I graduated last year with student debts of £20,000. How much more debt do the panel suggest I should be burdened with in order to help reduce the national budget deficit?
Should the English flag fly over 10 Downing St during the football World Cup?