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Question Time to discuss UK riots

David Dimbleby

There will be an extra edition of Question Time on Thursday 11 August to discuss this week's riots.

Following the riots in London and other cities, and on the day parliament is recalled to discuss the situation, David Dimbleby will chair the debate in London.

The panel will include the former deputy prime minister, Labour's John Prescott and former shadow home secretary Conservative David Davis.

The former senior police officer and Liberal Democrat politician Brian Paddick will also join the debate alongside Camilla Batmanghelidjh, founder of youth charity Kids Company, who works with disadvantaged young people in London.

The Archbishop of York John Sentamu and the editor of the Spectator, Fraser Nelson will complete the panel line up.

Question Time will be on BBC One at 2235 BST on Thursday 11 August and available on BBC iPlayer after transmission.



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