This week's questions
1. With record numbers of un-placed university applicants, should schools deter some students from applying to university and give more information on apprenticeships, vocational courses and professional qualifications instead?
2. The Prime Minister places great emphasis on the breakdown of the family unit as a cause for the recent riots. Where do the panel see the causes, and what are the solutions?
3. If the rioters volunteer to return the stolen items, should they be in the same moral category as the MPs involved in the expenses scandal?
4. The financier Warren Buffet suggests raising taxes on the wealthy. The Chancellor is considering lowering taxes for higher earners. Which would the panel choose to make Britain a fairer society and one that is more at ease with itself?
Any Questions is the topical discussion programme chaired by Jonathan Dimbleby in which a panel of…