Two more members of the panel for next week’s edition of BBC Question Time in Boston have been revealed.
Conservative Anna Soubry and poet Benjamin Zephaniah will join UKIP leader Nigel Farage at the show, which will be filmed at Boston High School next Thursday.
The rest of the panel – which is usually five members – is yet to be revealed.
The pair were announced by host David Dimbleby at the end of this week’s episode in St Austell, Cornwall. THe presenter also told the audience that Boston has the highest proportion of eastern European migrants in the country.
Anna Soubry is a former regional news presenter and MP for Broxtowe near Nottingham. She was appointed parliamentary under-secretary of state for health in 2012 and moved to become parliamentary under-secretary of state for defence in the October reshuffle.
Benjamin Zephaniah is a Birmingham born Rastafarian poet who now lives in South Holland. He was listed by The Times as one of Britain’s top 50 post-war writers in 2008.