Your views on Question Time on Thursday 18th March
Question Time, the BBC's premier political debate programme is broadcast on Thursday 18th March this week as the programme comes from Wythenshawe in Manchester.
The panel includes former foreign secretary Margaret Beckett, shadow health secretary Andrew Lansley, former Lib Dem leader Charles Kennedy, Green Party leader Caroline Lucas and the historian and broadcaster David Starkey.
What are your thoughts about the programme and the panel? Let us know here on the Question Time debate page.
The way we run the Have Your Say debate for Question Time has changed. To give us your views you will need to sign in using your BBC iD. If you do not have a BBC iD you can create one by clicking on 'Create' at the top right of this page.
Has the Unite Union put the final nail in the coffin of the Labour government?
Is it acceptable for the Prime Minister to mislead the Iraq Inquiry and Parliament, and to then simply excuse himself with a letter of explanation?
Was Children's Commissioner Maggie Atkinson right to suggest raising the age of criminal responsibility in England?
Are the latest unemployment figures a vindication of government economic policy?