Fiona Bruce returns to host as five more guest panellists from the world of politics and business share their views and opinions on the week’s agenda. This week’s Question Time debate will take place in Stratford-upon-Avon.
The hour-long show will see host Fiona Bruce and audience members quiz the week’s special guests on a range of political issues and current affairs. As usual, tonight’s (June 23) edition of Question Time will kick off at 10.40pm.
The founder and CEO of online bank Starling is among the guests set to appear on the latest instalment of BBC’s flagship political programme. The general secretary of the RMT rail union will also be on the panel, with the train strikes of this week expected to be a key talking point.
So who is on Question Time tonight? Here’s the full list of guests for tonight’s show.
Who is on Question Time tonight?
Here’s the full list of guests who will be fielding questions from the studio audience during tonight’s Question Time.
Rachel Maclean, Minister for Safeguarding at the Home Office, will represent the Conservatives on tonight’s panel. Maclean has been the MP for Redditch since 2017 and was previously a transport minister.
Answering questions from a Labour perspective this week is Nick Thomas-Symonds, the Shadow International Trade Secretary. Thomas-Symonds previously served as the shadow Home Secretary and has been the MP for Torfaen since 2015.
Anne Boden will also be on the latest Question Time panel. The founder and CEO of online bank Starling has led an impressive 40-year career in banking and finance, with Starling valued at more than £1bn with 2.9m customer accounts.
RMT rail union’s general secretary Mike Lynch will also be on the panel for the BBC One show. Lynch, who began working on railways in 1993 for Eurostar, is known for winning compensation 20 years after being blacklisted from construction because of joining a union.
Rounding out the Question Time panel for tonight is Ben Habib, former Brexit party MEP for London. The businessman, who brought a legal challenge against the Northern Ireland protocol, previously worked in finance and now runs a multinational property investment company.
Question Time airs on Thursdays at 10.35pm on BBC One