The National:

IT shouldn't come as a surprise – but with Question Time's past line-ups, it does.

In this week's edition of the BBC political panel show, a representative of the third largest party in the House of Commons is appearing ... and it's only 35 days since that last happened!

Taking place in King's Lynn, SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford will be among those appearing.

The SNP have tried to draw attention to the power grab on Scotland, and have earned another opportunity to do so here.

And with some of the names on the panel, there could be fireworks...

Appearing alongside Blackford will be:

Priti Patel, Tory MP for Witham and a key figure in the Vote Leave campaign

Lisa Nandy, the Labour MP for Wigan

Matthew Paris, a columnist for The Times and The Spectator, and a former Tory MP

Carolyn Radford, CEO of Mansfield Town Football club (she became English football's youngest when appointed), and studied politics at Durham

Because it's such a rare occurence to have a voice for Scotland on these panels, we'll be live blogging Question Time tomorrow night.

We look forward to seeing what the audience and panellists make of a politician standing up against the Brexit power grab on devolved parliaments.