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Wednesday, 6 June, 2001, 23:47 GMT 00:47 UK

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Jack Straw quizzed
The home secretary took your questions on crime and policing in a live online forum.
Ann Widdecombe quizzed
The Conservative Home Affairs spokeswoman Ann Widdecombe answered your election questions live online.
Simon Hughes quizzed
The Liberal Democrat Home Affairs spokesman answered your questions in a forum.
Chris Smith quizzed
The Culture Secretary Chris Smith answered your questions about voter turnout, especially amongst first-time voters on June 6th - the day before the poll.

Theresa May quizzed
The Conservative Education spokeswoman Theresa May went online to answer your questions about schools and teaching.

Matthew Taylor quizzed
Matthew Taylor who speaks for the Liberal Democrats on the economy answered your questions in a live forum.

Andrew Lansley quizzed
The Conservative cabinet office spokesman Andrew Lansley has answered a selection of your questions in a live forum.

Nick Harvey quizzed
The health spokesman for the Liberal Democrats answered your questions in a live forum on Wednesday 23 May.

Estelle Morris quizzed
The Education minister responsible for schools Estelle Morris went online to answer your questions on the state of education in England and Wales.

Caroline Spelman quizzed
The Conservative health spokeswoman Caroline Spelman went online to answer your questions

Malcolm Bruce quizzed
Leading Liberal Democrat spokesman Malcolm Bruce has answered your questions in a live forum.

John Denham quizzed
The health minister John Denham answered your questions about the NHS and health care in general.

Lord Whitty quizzed
Transport minister Larry Whitty answered your questions in a live forum on Wednesday.

Scotland's politicians quizzed
Leading Scottish politicians from the four main parties answered your questions during a special News Online webcast.

Northern Ireland's politicians quizzed
The Northern Ireland leaders answered your questions in a live forum.

Wales's politicians quizzed
News Online put your question to the leading Welsh politicians from the four main parties during a live webcast.

The BBC's Andrew Marr quizzed
The BBC's political editor Andrew Marr answered your election questions in a forum. Listen to his answers online.

Andrew Marr on voter apathy
The BBC's Political Editor Andrew Marr answered your questions on voter apathy in a live forum.

Arthur Scargill quizzed
Arthur Scargill, leads the Socialist Labour Party. He took your questions in a live forum.

The Socialist Alliance quizzed
Mike Marqusee of the Socialist Alliance answered your questions in a live forum.

Nigel Farage of UKIP quizzed
The United Kingdom Independence Party wants Britain to withdraw from the European Union. Nigel Farage, one of its leaders, answered your questions in a live forum.

Operation Black Vote quizzed
Simon Woolley is the national co-ordinator of Operation Black Vote. He answered your questions in a live forum.

The Green Party quizzed
On the 18 May the Green Party launched their manifesto, their principle speaker Margaret Wright joined us for a live forum.

Radio 1's Polly Billington quizzed
"Newsbeat" on BBC Radio 1 has been trying to encourage young voters to notice this election campaign. Has it succeeded and what is the reaction of the 18-25 year-olds to the debate so far?

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