Your views on Question Time 24 June 2010
Question Time, the BBC's premier political debate programme comes from London on Thursday 24 June.
David Dimbleby will be joined by a panel of, the Business Secretary and Liberal Democrat MP Vince Cable, the shadow education secretary Ed Balls, the leader of the Green Party Caroline Lucas MP, Mail on Sunday columnist Peter Hitchens, and the founder of lastminute.com and mydeco.com Brent Hoberman.
The following questions were asked:
Is it right to describe the Budget as "fair" when it leaves universal benefits in place for the rich, while increasing VAT and imposing unprecedented cuts in public services?
If the severe budget cuts announced by the Chancellor are ratified by the whole coalition government, is this the beginning of the end of the Lib Dem party?
Will I have to work to 70 to pay for gold plated public sector pensions?
Is President Obama's ego now dictating ISAF military policy in Afghanistan?
In a week when government spending has been cut across the board, is Michael Gove's 'Free Schools' initiative a necessary and efficient use of public funds?
This debate is now closed. Thank you for your comments.