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a period during a parliamentary session when members of British Parliament may ask questions of the ministers

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Question Time editor Gill Penlington invited Young on to the show after hearing him speak about his passion for politics.
PANEL Above, Izzy Pyle on the Question Time rehearsal panel at Sheffield and, right, with Josh Kemp and David Dimbleby
A panel of experts including Liverpool Daily Post City Editor David Bartlett (far right) during the BBC's Schools Question Time Challenge at Belvedere Academy in Princes Park Staff at Croxteth''s St John Bosco Arts College has been shortlisted for the Times Education Supplement''s award for outstanding business team in recognition of the contribution support staff make Governor Susan Carmichael, outgoing Principal Maureen Mellor, chair of governors Viv Tyler, newly appointed principal Elaine Bowker and Bam Construction''s Trevor Hough celebrate getting the keys to Liverpool Community College''s new pounds 35m "Learning Exchange" building in Roscoe Street is home to ultra-modern IT; sports; recreational; and enrichment facilities
It was normal for the programme to reflect topics that are in the news in the week "- people would accept that the BNP and Question Time have been prominent topics this week, as well as Jan Moir's article on the death of Stephen Gately, which was also discussed.
Mr Thompson issued a strong defence of the decision to invite Mr Griffin on to Question Time, saying "censorship cannot be outsourced to the BBC".
The first Pensioners Question Time was held on October 30 and Councillor Judith Woodman says the event has returned due to its success.
The Question Time session - with former Laing Homes managing director Ian Courts in the David Dimbleby role - is being held at the Playbox Theatre in Warwick on Thursday, March 17 at 5pm.
I think the idea of more focus on specific regions is a good idea and maybe they could alternate the regional slot at Question Time so every fortnight you had Yorkshire, followed by the West Midlands etc.
Question Time editor Nicolai Gentchev said: "I am sure the quality of debate will match the sublime setting.
YOUNGSTERS from across the city will quiz police and council chiefs in a series of question time sessions about the issues that matter to them.
Alan Titchmarsh, Monty Don, Toby Buckland, Carol Klein, Joe Swift and Alys Fowler will be appearing at the show at Birmingham's NEC, while gardeners who can't get there will be able to tune in to BBC Radio 4's Gardeners' Question Time, which is recording two programmes at the event.
DOWNING Street refused to field a Cabinet minister on BBC1's Question Time this week because the panel featured former Labour spin doctor Alastair Campbell, pictured, the current affairs programme said.
Question Time will be broadcast from Middlesbrough Town Hall on Thursday.
Like a retired headmaster, David Dimbleby controls BBC's Question Time each week with a stern yet fair hand.
THE hypocritical hysteria engendered by Nick Griffin's appearance on Question Time was a disgrace in a democratic country in which so-called free speech is exercised.