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question time

(in parliamentary bodies of the British type) a period of time set aside each day for members to question government ministers
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POP STAR Will Young will appear as a panellist on Question Time, it was revealed today.
This sort of thing would never have happened in the golden age of Gardeners' Question Time, when it was sandwiched between The World at One and Round the Horne on a Sunday lunchtime.
He blasted: "Fewer than 90 questions in total were submitted to Minister Reilly in the last two health question times of 2012.
Sandwell College principal Val Bailey said: "This is a great honour for us to host Question Time from our fantastic new Central Campus, and we are both proud and delighted.
After that we went to the school in which Question Time was being held that evening and met David Dimbleby himself and a few of us got to be on the rehearsal panel," added Izzy.
Two student members of the team will now join David Dimbleby in a Question Time workshop this month as well as being able to go behind the scenes of a Question Time production in July.
As ever, Question Time saw tough questioning putting the panellists on the spot on a range of subjects.
Protesters have picketed BBC Television Centre ahead of BNP leader Nick Griffin's Question Time appearance, as the corporation defended its decision to invite him on the show.
A SECOND Pensioners Question Time will be held in the new year.
A BBC Question Time style event has been organised in Warwick to scrutinise one of the largest developments in the town for decades.
A group of MPs is calling for the West Midlands to have its own Question Time slot in the Parliamentary timetable.
BBC1'S Question Time is to be broadcast from St Paul's Cathedral for the first time.