UK Politics

General Election 2015: Take part in one of our debates

Victoria Derbyshire presents a debate Image copyright Lorna Hankin
Image caption Get involved in a TV debate ahead of the General Election on the new Victoria Derbyshire programme

The BBC's Victoria Derbyshire will be holding daily audience debates on her new TV programme, starting on Tuesday 7 April, and she would like you to take part.

In the first four weeks the debates will focus on the general election. This is your chance to voice your opinion and raise your questions and tell us about the issues matters to you.

Each day a small audience will be invited to the BBC studios at New Broadcasting House in London to take part in the discussions.

Three special programmes with a larger invited audience will take place in the following locations:

Newcastle - Monday 13 April focusing on the Economy

Southampton - Monday 27 April focusing on Health

Sheffield - Monday 4 May focusing on Immigration

The programme will run every weekday on BBC 2 and the BBC News Channel from 09:15 to 11:00 so you would need to be available between 08:00 and 11:30.

If you would like to be in the audience at one of the debates tell us your name, phone number and a bit about yourself, we would also need to know what location you are able to attend and what issues matter to you.

Thank you for your contributions. These programmes have now taken place you can watch them again at bbc.co.uk/victoria

Do you want to find out more about the programme? You can follow Victoria @VictoriaLIVE or visit our Facebook page.