QUESTION Time is back for another “virtual” edition.

There are a range of panelists on tonight’s episode, but there’s no room for any representative from Westminster’s third largest party, or indeed any Scottish party.

Among the Unionists on the panel is Labour's Lisa Nandy.

The MP hit the headlines during her party’s leadership contest earlier this year when she suggested Scotland could look to Catalonia for lessons on how to beat "divisive nationalism".

She’s joined on the panel by...

  • Tory Foreign Office minister James Cleverly.
  • LibDem MP Munira Wilson.
  • Writer and creator of the hit show Line of Duty Jed Mercurio.
  • Businessman and Crystal Palace FC chairman Steve Parish.

The show will be hosted by Fiona Bruce, with questions put to the panel remotely.

The programme airs on BBC One Scotland at 10.50 pm.