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Tonight’s Question Time is set to be a dramatic one with a stellar line up of commentators and politicians. Hosted by veteran BBC broadcaster Fiona Bruce, tonight’s instalment has been filmed in London. Joining her will be Piers Morgan, actor Brian Cox, Labour MP Lisa Nandy, former Chancellor Nadhim Zahawi and businessman Wilfred Emmanuel-Jones.
Twitter users are already awaiting tonight’s instalment, with user @scouse007 saying: “I’m watching this it’s going to be epic”.
Another user, @sharky1975, said: “What a lineup. Could be high viewing figures on this one.”
Piers takes on Zahawi in snippet
The BBC has posted a snippet of tonight’s episode on Twitter, which is available to watch on iPlayer and BBC One tonight.
Piers Morgan asked former Chancellor Nadhim Zahawi: “What would Vladimir Putin want us to do – he wants us to be divided.”
“You can’t say sorry because Vladimir Putin may not like it?”
What time Question Time on tonight?
You can watch on BBC One from 10.40pm tonight and iPlayer.
Good evening from London. I’m Aliss Higham, I’ll be bringing you all the latest developments on Question time tonight. Please feel free to get in touch with me as I work if you have a story or tips to share! Your thoughts are always welcome.
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