The BBC TV politics panel programme Question Time is to be filmed in Brighton next Thursday (7 July).
The public will be able to put their questions to politicians on the day after the long-awaited publication of the Chilcot report into the Iraq war.
Among the panellists will be Tony Blair’s former flatmate Charlie Falconer, 64, who served as Lord Chancellor and Justice Secretary when Mr Blair was Prime Minister.
Lord Falconer resigned as Labour’s Shadow Justice Secretary earlier this week – one of several shadow cabinet members and opposition spokesmen to quit over Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership.
Private Eye editor Ian Hislop, 55, the ever-present panellist on the current affairs BBC TV comedy programme Have I Got News For You, is also due to be a guest.
The programme is hosted by David Dimbleby. To apply for tickets, click here.
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