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The BBC's flagship political debate programme. Thursday at 10:45pm. Use to get involved in the discussion.
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BBC Question Time 4h
An audience from Lincoln will question the panel this week. Thursday, 10:45pm, . To join our Virtual Audience this series apply here. ➡️ ⬅️
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BBC Question Time Oct 23
On Question Time next week, Fiona will be joined by Donald Trump's former communications director and Serco CEO . Apply here to join the virtual audience from Lincoln. ➡️ ⬅️
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BBC Question Time Oct 22
We’re back next week at 10:45 on with a virtual audience in Lincoln. You can apply here:
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BBC Question Time Oct 22
Thank you for following our live feed tonight. See you next week.
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BBC Question Time Oct 22
Attitudes towards coronavirus restrictions have changed as the pandemic has gone on. But how do people feel about the future? And are they sticking to the rules?
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BBC Question Time Oct 22
What are the social distancing rules?
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BBC Question Time Oct 22
What powers do police have if people break Covid rules?
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BBC Question Time Oct 22
The final audience question this evening.
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BBC Question Time Oct 22
Replying to @faisalislam
BBC’s Finance Editor asks: is there really no money for free school meals?
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BBC Question Time Oct 22
Replying to @bbcquestiontime
Conservative MPs have criticised a campaign for free school meals to be offered over the holidays.
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BBC Question Time Oct 22
“Poverty is not a lifestyle choice, children have the right to nutritious food.” This audience member says that if the government can fund ‘Eat Out To Help Out’ in restaurants, they can fund meals for disadvantaged children.
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BBC Question Time Oct 22
The next audience question tonight.
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BBC Question Time Oct 22
A Tory MP quit her government job after voting for a Labour motion to offer free school meals during holidays until Easter 2021.
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BBC Question Time Oct 22
Footballer Marcus Rashford has pledged to continue his campaign to give free school meals to children during all school holidays in England, after the government rejected the idea.
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BBC Question Time Oct 22
“The bottom line has to be that children get the help they need to not go hungry.” Children’s Commissioner supports ’s campaign to end child food poverty.
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BBC Question Time Oct 22
Replying to @bbcquestiontime
Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham said tighter measures "would be certain to increase levels of poverty, homelessness and hardship".
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BBC Question Time Oct 22
Replying to @bbcquestiontime
Businesses in Greater Manchester expressed frustration by the uncertainty over tier three Covid-19 restrictions.
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BBC Question Time Oct 22
“I honestly just wish the North East had its own Andy Burnham.” This audience member says his area has not had anyone to “fight our corner” and Covid support measures have come too late for businesses.
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BBC Question Time Oct 22
The third question tonight.
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BBC Question Time Oct 22
Replying to @NickyMorgan01
Councils in England were given new powers to close shops, cancel events and shut outdoor public spaces to manage local outbreaks of coronavirus earlier this year.
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