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Your Chance to Have Your Say

Duration:
30 minutes
First broadcast:
Saturday 25 June 2011

Your chance to have your say. Call Jonathan Dimbleby on 03700 100 444 or email us at any.answers@bbc.co.uk about Milly Dowler, Greek bailout, the right to defend yourself in the your own home against burglars, should the over 65s drink less? and is the government making too many policy U-Turns. Respond to last night's panel from Saltaire in Yorkshire: Jason Cowley, Editor of the New Statesman, Mary Creagh Shadow Secretary of State for the Environment Food and Rural Affairs, Fraser Nelson the Editor of The Spectator and Conservative MP David Davis.

  • This week's questions

    1. Why do the perpetrators of crimes appear to have more rights than their victims?

    2. Is there any point in continuing to bail out Greece?

    3. If you woke up in the middle of the night to find four masked men in your house, how would you react?

    4. Are U-turns a sign of a listening of weak Government?

    5. This week it was announced that people over 65 should reduce their alcohol intake to no more than 11 units a week. What does the panel think about the validity of this advice?

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