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David Dimbleby chairs the debate in Cardiff, with panellists including Janet Street Porter, the shadow Defence Secretary Dr Liam Fox MP, and Plaid Cymru leader Elfyn Llwyd MP.

David Dimbleby chairs the debate in Cardiff, with a team of panellists answering questions from the studio audience, including senior Labour politician Peter Hain MP, shadow defence secretary Dr Liam Fox MP, Plaid Cymru leader Elfyn Llwyd MP, UKIP's Nigel Farage MEP and journalist Janet Street Porter.

1 hour

Last on

Sun 28 Feb 2010 18:00


Timings (where shown) are from the start of the programme in hours and minutes

  • Introduction

    David Dimbleby introduces the panel in Cardiff.

    Duration: 00:54

  • Bullying

    How damaging is the bullying allegation to Gordon Brown and the Labour Party in the run up to a general election?

    Duration: 11:01

  • Chancellor and the 'forces of hell'

    Is it conceivable that “the forces of hell” were unleashed against Alistair Darling from Number 10 without Gordon Brown’s knowledge or consent?

    Duration: 06:37

  • UKIP's attack on European Council President

    Are Nigel Farage’s rude and attention seeking remarks about the new President of the European Council conclusive proof that he and UKIP have become a boorish national embarrassment?

    Duration: 07:36

  • Bankers' bonuses

    Should RBS pay £1.3 billion in bonuses when they lost £3.6 billion last year?

    Duration: 11:09

  • Sex education

    Was Ed Balls right to amend the Children’s, Schools & Families Bill to allow faith schools to teach sex education in a way that reflects their beliefs?

    Duration: 13:12

  • John Terry and Wayne Bridge

    Shouldn’t John Terry be the one stepping down from the England team, not Wayne Bridge?

    Duration: 06:20

  • End credits

    David Dimbleby previews future programme venues and panellists.

    Duration: 01:44


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