13/10/2011

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Duration: 1 hour

From London, David Dimbleby is joined by Andrew Lansley, Ken Livingstone, Sarah Sands, Dr Phil Hammond and Mark Littlewood from the Institute of Economic Affairs.

Chapters

7 items
  • Introduction

    David Dimbleby introduces the panel in London.

  • Liam Fox under pressure

    Is it appropriate for the Defence Secretary to bring a friend to work?

  • Health reforms

    Is it wise to persist with the NHS reforms when such a large number of health professionals oppose them so strongly?

  • Tweeting MPs

    Is it acceptable for MPs to tweet while in a parliamentary debate?

  • Youth unemployment

    Should we be encouraging the nation's youth to follow their Irish counterparts and emigrate around the globe to look for work?

  • Press regulation

    Will over-regulating the press put democracy itself in peril as Paul Dacre asserted?

  • End credits

    David Dimbleby looks ahead to future programmes.

Credits

Presenter
David Dimbleby
Presenter
David Dimbleby
Participant
Andrew Lansley
Participant
Andrew Lansley
Participant
Ken Livingstone
Participant
Ken Livingstone
Participant
Phil Hammond
Participant
Phil Hammond
Series Editor
Nicolai Gentchev
Series Editor
Nicolai Gentchev
Executive Producer
Steve Anderson
Executive Producer
Steve Anderson

Broadcasts

Question Time Extra Time

Question Time Extra Time

Stephen Nolan and John Pienaar continue the debate.

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