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BBC Question Time is coming to Preston just after the EU Referendum result

Posted on - 10th June, 2016 - 7:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Events, News, Politics, Preston City Centre
You could be asking your question to the politicians

You could be asking your question to the politicians

The first Question Time to take place after the EU Referendum is to be held in Preston.

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BBC cameras and Dimbleby will be in full flow in the city on Thursday 30 June.

Audience members are wanted for when the show comes to Lancashire, and Europe is sure to be the dominating topic.

It’s not known where the debate is to be held, but it has previously been broadcast from Preston Guild Hall.

Related: Preston hears European Union referendum arguments

You need to fill in a form on the BBC website to be considered.

As part of this you say which two topical issues you would like to discuss, and give information on voting intentions and demographic information about yourself.

If you’re selected for the audience you may then be selected to ask a question, which is discussed with the production team behind the show.

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