THE Question Time guests who will be part of the live televised debate in Hereford next week have been revealed.

Conservative MP Suella Fernandes, the Mayor of Manchester, Andy Burnham, the chairman of the Royal Bank of Scotland, Sir Howard Davies, and Munira Mirza, an arts advisor, will all be on the panel next Thursday.

David Dimbleby, who has been presenting the show since 1994, said he was "very much looking forward to bringing Question Time to Hereford".

"What really matters is that we have a lively audience who want to speak their mind," he added.

"It’s a chance for Hereford to get its voice heard not just by politicians but right across the UK.”

Anyone wishing to apply to be part of the audience at The Courtyard next Thursday should visit or call 0330 123 9988.

The January 18 show will be Question Time’s third visit to Hereford.

The last time was in May 2006 when Geoff Hoon, Sayeeda Warsi, Nick Clegg, Oona King and Niall Ferguson formed the panel.