AN SNP MP will be among the guests on tonight’s Question Time.

The show will be broadcast from Bradford, with a number of topics likely to be discussed including the ongoing conflict in the Middle East.

It comes after we previously told how a number of media experts and SNP president Michael Russell questioned the show’s future.

Question Time will be available on BBC iPlayer from 8pm or on BBC one following the 10 o’clock news.

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Here’s all you need to know about tonight’s guests.

Alyn Smith

Smith (below) has been the MP for Stirling since 2019, having previously served as an MEP for Scotland between 2004 and 2019.

He currently serves as the SNP’s Europe spokesperson, and also has a weekly column in The National which can be found HERE.

The National: The Yes EU rally at Edinburgh's Mound saturday which saw speakers Gordon McIntyre-Kemo, Sar Sheridan and Alyn Smith MP take to the mic.Alyn Smith MP
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Recently, we told how Smith took on the case of detained student Muhammad Rauf Waris, who had been arrested and detained by immigration workers after being accused of breaching the conditions of visas by working more than the legally permitted 20 hours a week.

Smith wrote to the Home Office seeking clarification on the case.

Lee Rowley

Rowley currently works as a minister for local government and has served as the MP for North East Derbyshire since 2017.

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Prior to this, he was a member of Westminster City Council from 2006 to 2014.

Before entering politics, he worked in financial services and management consultancy.

Sayeeda Warsi

Tory peer Warsi (below) previously served as co-chair of the Conservative Party from 2010 to 2012 and worked as the minister without portfolio from 2010 to 2012.

We told how she slated both the Prime Minister and Keir Starmer this week for “blindly supporting” Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu.

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She also previously shared an edition of the National’s front page on her social media channels about a Tory candidate who was axed from the party over an internet history of Holocaust denial, homophobia and Islamophobia.

Jonathan Reynolds

Reynolds (below) currently serves as the shadow business and trade secretary and has worked as the MP for Stalybridge and Hyde since 2010.

He worked in local government before entering Westminster, serving on Tameside Council as well as on Labour’s National Executive Committee from 2003 to 2005.

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It’s likely he will be asked about Labour’s stance on the conflict in the Middle East, which has led to a number of officials resigning from the party.

A number of members of the shadow cabinet are also reported to be on “resignation watch”.

Gabriel Pogrund

Pogrund works as the Whitehall editor at The Sunday Times and is the co-author of the book Left Out: The Inside Story of Labour Under Corbyn.

He won the 2017 Young Journalist of the Year award at the British Press Awards and in 2018 was a Stern Fellow at The Washington Post.