16/02/2012

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Duration: 1 hour

BBC Question Time comes from Nottingham, chaired by David Dimbleby. On the panel: Justice Secretary Ken Clarke, former Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott, Liberal Democrat peer Baroness Kramer, Julie Meyer founder of the investment firm Ariadne Capital, and Owen Jones author of the book "Chavs".

Chapters

6 items
  • Introduction

    David Dimbleby introduces the panel in Nottingham.

  • Jobs

    How would you solve the unemployment crisis?

  • Police

    Does the election of Police Commissioners risk politicising the Police force?

  • NHS

    Will the current NHS changes produce quantifiable benefits to the public before the next election, or will it be looked back at as electoral suicide?

  • Religion

    Baroness Warsi suggests religion is being 'sidelined, marginalised and down-graded in the public sphere'. Isn't this a good thing?

  • Scotland

    What difference would an independent Scotland make to my life here in Nottingham?

Credits

Presenter
David Dimbleby
Presenter
David Dimbleby
Series Editor
Nicolai Gentchev
Series Editor
Nicolai Gentchev
Executive Producer
Steve Anderson
Executive Producer
Steve Anderson
Participant
Ken Clarke
Participant
Ken Clarke
Participant
John Prescott
Participant
John Prescott
Participant
Susan Kramer
Participant
Susan Kramer
Participant
Julie Meyer
Participant
Julie Meyer
Participant
Owen Jones
Participant
Owen Jones

Broadcasts

Question Time Extra Time

Question Time Extra Time

Stephen Nolan and John Pienaar continue the debate.

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