If you missed the debate or simply want to watch again, you can take in the entire debate below:
- The panel for the debate is:
- Victoria Atkins - Conservative
- Mike Hookem - UKIP
- Diana Johnson - Labour
- Claire Thomas - Liberal Democrats
So that's it, the election debate for East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire is over
We asked the panellists to reflect on their performance and how they thought the evening had gone:
So says Liberal Democrats PPC for Hull West and HessleCopyright: BBCQuote Message: I think the idea that Theresa May is going to get us the best deal is laughable - given that she's just changed her mind on dementia tax within a few hours from Claire Thomas Liberal Democrats PPC
- Copyright: BBCQuote Message: How do you propose to get the best deal for Britain when we leave the EU? from Bob Callison
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Responding to a question about immigration and the status of EU nationals after Brexit Claire Thomas said:Quote Message: I think it's simple. EU nationals should be allowed to stay. I don’t know why the government hasn’t already said they should be able to stay from Claire Thomas Liberal Democrat PPC
Victoria Atkins and Mike Hookem clash on the future of EU workers after Brexit:Quote Message: We have to be a little bit careful that we don't place the farming industry in the position where vegetables are laying unpicked in the fields because of UKIP's abrupt policy from Victoria Atkins Conservative PPCQuote Message: They were picked before we went into the European Union and they will be picked again, because we will bring in a visa system where they will come in for a season and leave from Mike Hookem UKIP PPC
- Quote Message: We have to go to an Australian-style policy, we have to know who comes in and who goes out from Mike Hookem UKIP PPC Great GrimsbyCopyright: BBC
Diana Johnson lays out her party's stance on the status of EU nationals after Brexit:Quote Message: EU nationals who are currently here are welcome to stay, their rights will be protected. We think that's a good start to any negotiations after the election from Diana Johnson Labour PPC
One of the hot topics of this election campaign has been immigration and so here's a look at what BBC's Reality Check have found out:Copyright: BBC
How many migrants are there already in the UK?
The migrants that arrived in 2016 joined an estimated 5.567 million citizens of other countries already living in the UK in 2015.
According to the ONS 2015 figures, nine in every 100 people living in the UK were non-British.
Of these, the number of EU citizens is estimated at 3.2 million, or five in every 100, and the number of non-EU citizens at 2.4 million, or four in every 100.
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First time voter and student Arjan Gandhi has askedQuote Message: Is there any candidate here who can promise the British people that immigration numbers will come down, and at the same time we will have more stringent background checks for asylum seekers and people coming into our country from high risk nations? from Arjan Gandhi Student and first time voter
This tweet summing up the Conservative PPC's views
We are keeping across what you are saying as you watch the #ge17eyl debate live on BBC One
The BBC has a Reality Check service which aims to sort the facts from the spin.
Whether it's education funding, housebuilding or police numbers, our service aims to cut through the bluster and deliver you the facts you need to make your decision.
You can find out more here.Copyright: BBC
Victoria Atkins acknowledges that staff recruitment can be a problem particularly she says in rural Lincolnshire:Quote Message: We've got to make sure we can recruit more doctors, more nurses and that they are working with the best technologies available. from Victoria Atkins Conservative PPC
When asked about GP shortages in Lincolnshire Victoria Atkins said:Quote Message: One of the things that Lincolnshire County Council has done is to introduce a £20,000 golden “Hello” for new GPs settling in the area. from Victoria Atkins Conservative PPC
Labour's Diana Johnson on NHS funding:Quote Message: It’s the fairest way to say if you were earning a high income you should pay a little bit more to ensure we can ALL benefit from public services from Diana Johnson Labour PPC
Mike Hookem says UKIP would slash the foreign aid budget to fund the NHS in the futureCopyright: BBCQuote Message: I'd rather see it go to the NHS than China, North Korea and other countries. from Mike Hookem UKIP PPC Great Grimsby
Mike Hookem talks about his party's manifesto pledge to fund the NHS:Quote Message: As a party we are committed to the NHS to be free at the point of need. And we would fund the NHS through taking money back from the foreign aid budget which is £14bn pounds at the moment raising to £15bn. from Mike Hookem UKIP PPC
Asked about her party's manifesto pledge on NHS funding Claire Thomas had this to say:Quote Message: The Liberal democrats have been very clear that we would put a penny on income tax and ring fence that money for investment in the NHS and social care from Claire Thomas Liberal Democrats PPC