Who’s on Question Time tonight?
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Tonight's edition of Question Time comes from West Bromwich where coronavirus and this week's budget are all likely to be hot topics for the panel.
On tonight's panel will be:
Barclay is a Tory MP, the chief secretary to the treasury and a former Brexit secretary under Theresa May and Boris Johnson.
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Haigh is a Labour MP and the shadow policing minister.
Pete Wishart MP
Wishart is an SNP MP and the party's shadow leader of the House of Commons as well as the chair of the Scottish affairs select committee.
Walker is the managing director of the supermarket chain Iceland Foods. He previously called for a second Brexit referendum.
Professor John Ashton
Professor Ashton is the former director of public health in the north west and former professor of public health at Southampton University and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
- Question Time airs on BBC One at 10.40pm and at 11.40pm in Northern Ireland.
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