05/07/2012

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Duration: 1 hour

David Dimbleby chairs Question Time from Derby. Panellists include energy and climate change secretary Ed Davey MP, former home secretary Alan Johnson MP, Conservative MP Louise Mensch, Sunday Times and Independent columnist Dominic Lawson, and John Lydon, former lead singer of the Sex Pistols and founder of the band Public Image Ltd.

  • Retraction

    Following last week's programme the panellist Dominic Lawson issued the following statement:

    "On BBC Question Time on Thursday 5th July I said that George Osborne had alleged that Shriti Vadera was involved in attempts to influence Barclays Bank on LIBOR. Baroness Vadera has in fact denied any involvement at all in this matter and I am happy to acknowledge that George Osborne did not make this allegation."
  • Louise Mensch's ‘incredible regrets’ over drug use

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    Conservative MP Louise Mensch says she regrets "incredibly" that she used Class A drugs in her youth, saying they had a long-term mental health impact and have made her more anxious. Watch clip.

  • John Lydon: Put fraudulent bankers before a judge

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    John Lydon said that fraudulent bankers should be investigated by an independent judge, rather than by a select committee of MPs. Watch clip.

Credits

Presenter
David Dimbleby
Presenter
David Dimbleby
Series Editor
Nicolai Gentchev
Series Editor
Nicolai Gentchev
Executive Producer
Steve Anderson
Executive Producer
Steve Anderson
Participant
Alan Johnson
Participant
Alan Johnson
Participant
Ed Davey
Participant
Ed Davey
Participant
Louise Mensch
Participant
Louise Mensch

Broadcasts

Question Time Extra Time

Question Time Extra Time

Stephen Nolan and John Pienaar continue the debate.

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