THIS week’s Question Time is set to take place in Swindon following last week’s show in Glasgow.

During last Thursday’s show, trans woman India Willoughby described her appearance as like being at her own “hanging”.

Writing for The National, one audience member spoke of the “poisonous atmosphere” with Scotland’s gender legislation one of the biggest topics of the evening.

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Likely topics of discussion tonight include Rishi Sunak’s cabinet reshuffle and the War in Ukraine following Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s visit to the UK.

Here’s all you need to know about tonight’s programme.  

What time is Question Time on and how can I watch?

Question Time will be available from 8pm on BBC iPlayer and will then be broadcast on BBC One following the 10 o’clock news.

George Freeman

Freeman currently serves as the Minister of State for Science, Research and Innovation, a position he has held since October.

He previously served as the minister of state for transport from July 2019 to February 2020 when Boris Johnson was prime minister. 

He also created the Big Tent of Ideas Festival in a bid to encourage young people to engage with politics.

He has been the MP for Mid Norfolk since 2010.

Lisa Nandy

Nandy is the Labour MP for Wigan, a position she has held since 2010. She currently serves as the shadow secretary of state for Levelling Up.

She previously outlined her intention to succeed Jeremy Corbyn in Labour’s 2020 leadership election.

Nandy has also previously been criticised for comments on independence. She claimed the UK should “look to Catalonia” for lessons on how to prevent Scottish independence.

The MP argued that a “social justice agenda” could beat “divisive nationalism”.  

Sarah Olney

Former accountant Olney is the Liberal Democrat’s Treasury spokesperson.

She became the MP for Richmond Park at a by-election in 2016 before then losing her seat to the Conservative’s Zac Goldsmith in 2017. She won the seat again in 2019.

Whilst out of Parliament, she was a financial accountant for Historic Royal Palaces from 2018 to 2019.

Matthew Syed

Syed is a Times columnist and former professional table tennis player, a sport he competed in for many years.

He was three times the men’s singles champion at the Commonwealth Table Tennis Championships (1997, 2000 and 2001) and also competed for Great Britain in two Olympic Games (1992 and 2000).

He has since published six books including Black Box Thinking in 2015 and Rebel Ideas: The Power of Diverse Thinking in 2019.

Inaya Folarin Iman

Iman is a British journalist who has previously presented for GB News, although has since departed the channel.

She is also the founder of the Equiano Project which describes itself as a “debate, discussion and ideas forum” that “focuses on race, culture and politics”.

Iman previously stood to be an MP in the Leeds North East constituency for the Brexit Party in 2019 although only garnered 1769 votes, losing out to Labour’s Fabian Hamilton.