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Your question for the Prime Ministerial Debate

BBC Prime Ministerial Debate

For the first time ever in the UK, the leaders of the three main parties will debate on live television during the General Election campaign.

On 29 April from 8.30pm, BBC One will host a live Prime Ministerial Debate from the Midlands, and we want your questions for Gordon Brown, David Cameron and Nick Clegg.

The first half of the programme will debate the economy. We will then have the chance to discuss all other election issues.

A selection of the best questions submitted will be considered for use in the programme.

HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR QUESTION

THE POSTFORM HAS NOW BEEN REMOVED FOLLOWING THE TRANSMISSION OF THE PROGRAMME

Please fill in all the fields below. Your question can be about any election issue, but we must be able to ask them equally of the three political leaders.

We would also like some basic personal information, in case the production team needs to contact you.

Please be aware that if your question is chosen we will mention your full name on air, but we will not disclose any of your other personal details.

The information you provide will be used solely for the purposes of the broadcast and will not be shared with any other third parties outside the BBC. Your data will be kept securely and we will delete all information after the debate is aired on 29 April.



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