QUESTION Time is taking its show to Bath on Thursday night, with host Fiona Bruce welcoming politicians from across the political parties.

Broadcast on BBC1 at 10.35pm, the show is likely to see questions on the cost of living crisis in the UK, the continuing row over partygate and fines handed to those who attended Downing Street parties, as well as the ongoing war in Ukraine.

The SNP's Westminster leader will attend the programme, along with two media commentators and another other politicians.

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Ian Blackford will be representing the SNP on the BBC show, who leads the party at Westminster.

The MP's appearance after Boris Johnson made yet another joke about the politician's weight at Prime Minister's Questions as he tried to get answers on how he would help people with the energy price hike.

Blackford will be joined by Maria Caulfield, Tory MP for Lewes and Minister for Patient Safety and Primary Care.

Representing Labour will be its MP for Croydon North and its shadow justice secretary Steve Reed.

The panel will also include conservative political commentator and TalkRadio host Julia Hartley-Brewer and the editor of the Economist Zanny Minton Beddoes.