I am on QUESTION TIME in July, what question should I ask?

(13 Posts)
girl1606 Sat 08-Jun-13 22:19:10

Hello,

I am in the audience of Question Time in July, and was wondering if anyone has a relevant question I can ask?

I do not know who is on the panel yet, but as soon as I know I will let you know.

Many thanks in advance.

OddSockMonster Sat 08-Jun-13 22:28:02

Cool. When do you have to have a question ready by? There are bound to be some big things in the news in the run up to it.

notanyanymore Sat 08-Jun-13 22:30:11

I'm just listening to that now! How exciting! What topics are they going to be covering...?

Cavort Sat 08-Jun-13 22:31:35

It's impossible to say until the week before because it will need to be something relevant to that week's news and/or the people on the panel. Hopefully you will ask something very contentious though. grin

girl1606 Sat 08-Jun-13 22:35:21

I think you have to have questions ready on the day, and as you say it has to be relevant to the news of the day; but just thought I would start the ball rolling.....! I can't wait to see who is on the panel.....

OddSockMonster Sat 08-Jun-13 22:39:42

"Are you on Mumsnet?"

"What's your favourite biscuit?"

Might take a really quiet week in the news for those to get picked admittidly.

girl1606 Sat 15-Jun-13 22:46:26

I like the "what's your favourite biscuit"!
I shall wait until nearer the time..........

Marking my place. The Mumsnet question.

edam Sat 15-Jun-13 22:52:12

Hi, agree it has to be relevant to that week's news, but I do think one of the most pressing issues politically is the future of the NHS. The health bill that went through last year essentially made it possible to privatise the health service - now all services have to be tendered, which opens the NHS up to European law on competition, which makes it impossible to go back. I'd like to know what the hell the Tories and Lib Dems think they are playing at, since it was in neither manifesto, and what Labour say they will do about it if they get in next time.

But the question needs to be carefully worded, of course. And you may have other priorities...

Minimammoth Tue 25-Jun-13 08:15:38

How about ' why are we spending all this money on Ian Bradie?'

Thing is, they really only select questions replaced to the news or current affairs interest of that day. Sorry!

blush
Sorry. I should RTTF!

GW297 Wed 26-Jun-13 20:59:58

How exciting!

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