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David Dimbleby hosts tonight from Stoke-on-Trent. The panellists are Ukip deputy leader Paul Nuttall MEP, Conservative business secretary Sajid Javid MP, writer Paris Lees, managing editor of The Sun Stig Abell and Labour no-hoper Lucy Powell MP providing some aesthetic improvement to the general look of the panel, but not much else .

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David Dimbleby lays host tonight from Edinburgh. On the panel are SNP MSP Keith Brown, the entire membership of the Scottish Conservatives: Annabel Goldie MSP. Scottish Labour Leader Kezia Dugdale MSP, singer and luvvie extraordinaire Billy Bragg and Merryn Somerset Webb, editor of MoneyWeek also apper.

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David Dimbleby presents this week’s show from Grimsby. Panellists are leader of UKIP Nigel Farage, Conservative MP for Stratford on Avon Nadhim Zahawim, Labour former home secretary Alan Johnson, writer and general ratbag Germaine Greer, Michelle Dewberry who apparently won ‘The Apprentice’ at some point in time. Who knew, so three actual politicians tonight, if you include Alan Johnson.

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David Dimbleby presents this week’s show from Leicester, with journalist Melanie Phillips, Employment Minister Priti Patel MP, Lib Dem Leader Tim Farron MP, SNP Deputy Leader Stewart Hosie MP and Shadow Energy Secretary Lisa Nandy MP. No Ukip representation, but the irrelevant SNP are back. Interesting

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David Dimbleby presents tonight’s fun and games from Cardiff. Joining him are Conservative secretary of state for Wales Stephen Crabb MP, Daily Telegraph columnist and Margaret Thatcher’s biographer Charles Moore, singer and campaigner Charlotte Church, Labour MP Stephen Kinnock (now where have I heard that name before?) and Plaid Cymru Leader Leanne Wood AM.

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Yes it’s that time again, the horror is back on our screens.

David Dimbleby presents Question Time from Wembley, with are Conservative environment secretary Elizabeth Truss MP, Labour shadow chancellor John McDonnell MP, irrelevant clown Alex Salmond MP, alleged comedian / presenter Sandi Toksvig and journalist / Cameronian stooge Tim Stanley.

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David Dimbleby presents the last show in the series, from Sheffield, South Yorkshire. On the panel are UKIP MEP Louise Bours, Conservative (in name only) MP Ken Clarke, the SNP’s Tommy Sheppard MP (Yay!), Labour’s Chuka Umuna and journalist Rachel Johnson. I’m so glad to see that the huge demand for the SNP in England has not gone unheeded.

Kick off Thursday at 10.35 pm

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David Dimbleby presents tonight’s show from Grays in Essex. On the panel are Conservative MP Jeremy Hunt, Labour MP Jeremy Corbyn, journalist and hero Douglas Murray of the Spectator, Anne McElvoy of The Economist and alleged comedian Shappi Khorsandi. That’s right, a grand total of two actual politicians.

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David Dimbleby presents the show from Southampton. On the panel are Ukip deputy chairman Suzanne Evans, Conservative energy secretary Amber Rudd MP, Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis, Labour health bungler Andy Burnham MP and token jock Spectator editor Fraser Nelson. There is no representation from the SNP tonight, which is surprising since support for them is at least as strong in Southampton as in High Wycombe.

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David Dimbleby hosts the show tonight Plymouth. On the panel are Conservative international development secretary Justine Greening MP, shadow international development secretary Mary Creagh MP, Liberal Democrat Norman Lamb MP, Daily Mirror columnist and Susie Boniface and former director of the Centre for Policy Studies Jill Kirby.

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