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Jobs and the euro: Your questions for Gavin Hewitt

Image caption Gavin will be answering your questions on Twitter from 1400 GMT on Tuesday 20 May

As the European elections approach, two issues loom especially large for Europe's voters: the future of the euro and mass unemployment.

The candidates for the presidency of the European Commission have had their debate, but can any of them put the EU on a path to financial stability, growth and the creation of much-needed jobs?

BBC Europe editor Gavin Hewitt will be answering a selection of your questions in a live Twitter Q&A between 1400 GMT and 1500 GMT (1500 BST and 1600 BST) on Tuesday 20 May.

Gavin will try to answer as many of your questions as he can, but might not be able to answer them all in the time allowed. Questions will be tweeted immediately before the answer, and might therefore be edited for brevity.

Here are the ways you can take part:

  • On Twitter, tweet your question to @BBCGavinHewitt using the hashtag #AskBBCGavin
  • Text your question, beginning "#AskBBCGavin" to 61124 (in the UK) or +44 7624 800 100 (outside the UK)
  • You can email your question to haveyoursay@bbc.co.uk, again using the subject line "#AskBBCGavin".

Or you can get in touch using the form below.

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