Jonathan Dimbleby chairs a live discussion of news and politics from Lichfield Cathedral with Danny Finkelstein, Anna Soubry, Sunder Katwala and David Blunkett.
Jonathan Dimbleby chairs a live discussion of news and politics from Lichfield Cathedral with former Labour Cabinet minister, David Blunkett; Parliamentary Private Secretary at the Department of Health, Anna Soubry; Director of newly established think tank British Future, Sunder Katwala; and Times columnist, Danny Finkelstein.
Producer: Victoria Wakely.
Question One: Even if the Chief Executive of the Royal Bank of Scotland has done a really good job, is a bonus of almost £1m morally justified?
Question Two: Does the panel think that it's reasonable to put a limit of £26,000 on the amount of money a family on benefits can receive in any one year?
Question Three: Should the raising of the tax-free allowance be accelerated?
Question Four: The new high-speed rail link will pass straight through this constituency. What benefits, if any, would it bring to the people living here?
Diamond Jubilee and Republic
What do the panel think about Republic's suggestion that involving children in celebrations of the Monarchy without teaching them about Republicans may be a breach of the Education Act?
Olympic opening ceremony
Question Six: The Olympic opening ceremony has been named Isles of Wonder. What wonders would the panel like to see depicted and why?
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