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Public Question Time: Nice idea, but how to actually do it?

July 29th, 2014 | by Amy Pollard

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Ed Miliband came up with an interesting proposal over the weekend:  to hold a weekly “public question time” in parliament, modelled on the traditional Q and A session of Prime Minister’s Question time but with ordinary people, rather than MPs, … more » – Public Question Time: Nice idea, but how to actually do it?

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