Question Time LIVE: Truss ally faces grilling as longest recession in 100 years looms

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Question Time is back tonight with a line up of politicians and personalities hosted by Fiona Bruce. Filmed in Horsham, West Sussex, the episode comes after a yet another tumultuous day for the Government after the Bank of England hiked the national interest rate to its highest rate in 14 years and the migrant crisis on Britain’s south coast comes under intense scrutiny. Tonight on the show Chris Philps, former Minister for Immigration Compliance and Justice and current Minister for Crime and Policing, will likely be facing questions over the crisis happening at Manston in Kent. He also formerly worked under ex-Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng in Number 11 as Paymaster General, meaning he will likely be grilled about the looming recession for the UK. Joining him will be Peter Kyle, Shadow secretary for Northern Ireland, and Stuart Rose, chairman of supermarket Asda. Editor-in-chief of The Economist Zanny Minton Beddoes and George the Poet will complete the line up on the BBC tonight.



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