Who’s on Question Time tonight? List of panellists for the latest episode hosted by Fiona Bruce

Who’s on Question Time tonight? List of panellists for the latest episode hosted by Fiona Bruce

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TONIGHT’S Question Time promises to be a lively one, coming just hours after Boris Johnson presents his Brexit deal to Parliament.

There’ll be plenty else on the agenda on the news show too, with presenter Fiona Bruce joined by a host of high-profile guests. Let’s take a look at the line-up.

Fiona Bruce has hosted Question Time since January 2019

What time is Question Time on and where is it broadcasting from?

Question Time will be broadcast from Wallasey in Merseyside tonight.

It starts at the usual time of 10.45pm on BBC One, lasting an hour, and can also be listened to on BBC Radio 5 Live.

The format of the show – which started in 1979 – consists of the panel answering questions from members of the audience.

Fiona Bruce is the show’s presenter, after succeeding David Dimbleby in January 2019.

Columnist Melanie Phillips is one of tonight’s panellists
Tory MP Nadhim Zahawi is also part of the line-up
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Who are tonight’s guests?

  • Nadhim Zahawi – Business minister, Stratford-on-Avon MP
  • Sarah Jones – Shadow housing minister, chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Knife Crime and Croydon MP
  • Bonnie Greer – Playwright and novelist
  • Melanie Phillips – Author, broadcaster, columnist for the Times
  • Anand Menon – Professor of Politics and European Affairs, Kings College London and director of the independent research initiative, UK in a Changing Europe.

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