THE BBC’S Question Time is set to take place in Warrington on Thursday evening.

Among the likely topics of discussion include Jeremy Hunt’s Spring Budget which was announced on Wednesday afternoon.

This week’s show comes after host Fiona Bruce stepped back as an ambassador of a domestic abuse charity following claims she trivialised domestic violence during a discussion about Stanley Johnson.

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Here’s who’s appearing on tonight’s show.

How can I watch Question Time?

Question Time is available at 8pm on BBCiPlayer and is also broadcast on BBC One after the 10 o'clock news. 

Stephen Flynn

The SNP’s leader in Westminster is among the names on tonight’s panel show. He succeeded Ian Blackford in his current role last December.

Speaking at PMQs on Wednesday, Flynn slammed the Prime Minister for upgrading the energy grid around his mansion to heat his private pool – accusing him of “taking a leisurely dip” while households were left “drowning in their energy bills”.

Flynn has served as the MP for Aberdeen South since December 2019 having previously served as leader of the SNP group on Aberdeen City Council.

Andrew Bowie

Conservative MP for West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine Bowie was first elected to the House of Commons in 2017.

He has previously served as vice chairman of the Conservative Party and recently became the UK’s first nuclear minister.

The National: Andrew Bowie is on tonight's showAndrew Bowie is on tonight's show (Image: PA)

Recently, Bowie voted in favour of the UK Government’s proposed Illegal Migration Bill.

He is one of six Conservative MPs in Scotland.

Lucy Powell

The shadow culture secretary is the third MP appearing on tonight’s programme. Powell has held several shadow cabinet roles over the years including education and housing.

She is a member of both the Labour and Co-operative parties and has served as the MP for Manchester Central since 2012.

The National: The shadow culture secretary will also be on QTThe shadow culture secretary will also be on QT (Image: House of Commons)

Powell recently slammed the BBC for capitulating to “a Tory cancel campaign” over its decision to suspend Gary Lineker from presenting Match of the Day after the former footballer criticised the UK Government’s asylum plans.

John Allan

Allan is the current chairman of Tesco and a former president of the Confederation of British Industry (CBI).

He has also held boardroom roles at a range of other organisations including Royal Mail, the National Grid and Worldplay.

He studied mathematics at the University of Edinburgh.

Anne McElvoy

McElvoy is a journalist who has contributed to a range of publications and programmes throughout her career.

She currently serves as the executive editor and head of podcasting at Politico and was previously the executive editor of The Economist.

McElvoy is also a regular panellist on BBC Radio 4’s Moral Maze programme.