Question Time makes its return to BBC One this evening following the Christmas and New Year break.
David Dimbleby chairs the debate from Islington in north London.
The panel includes the new housing minister Dominic Raab, shadow secretary for women and equalities Dawn Butler, businesswoman and campaigner Gina Miller.
Comedian and radio presenter Nish Kumar, and broadcaster, journalist and Good Morning Britain presenter Piers Morgan.
The hour-long programme is on BBC One and BBC One HD from 10.45pm tonight!
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