David Cameron to be filmed live on Question time in Milton Keynes on Sunday

Prime Minister David Cameron will come to Milton Keynes on Sunday to take part in a special edition of BBC Question Time days before the EU referendum.

Monday, 13th June 2016, 5:54 pm
Updated Monday, 13th June 2016, 6:57 pm

Mr Cameron will take questions on the arguments to retain EU membership, say the producers.

The location has so far been kept secret, but people are already speculating it could be either Middleton Hall at thecentre:mk or the Open university.

BBC One is screening two special editions of Question Time in the run up to the EU Referendum, putting leading advocates of the case to remain and the case to leave the European Union directly in front of a live audience.

In the first programme Justice Secretary Michael Gove will answer questions on the case to leave the EU to an audience in Nottingham.

This programme will broadcast on Wednesday 15 June.

Both programmes will be screened in the early evening to reach as wide an audience as possible and both will be moderated by David Dimbleby.