5 Live’s crime debate in Leeds
Victoria Derbyshire will host her final General Election debate from Headingley on Monday.
The session, to be broadcast live on BBC Radio 5 Live, will have a panel of four tackle the key electoral issue of crime in front of an audience of Victoria’s listeners.
Home Secretary Alan Johnson, Shadow Home Secretary Chris Grayling, Liberal Democrat Home Affairs spokesman Chris Huhne and UKIP Party Chairman Paul Nuttall will take questions over “Broken Britain”, increasing anti-social behaviour and falling crime figures.
It will be the first time during the campaign that all three prospective Home Secretaries answer questions from the public together. Victoria is still giving people the opportunity to be in the audience – but for everybody else, the event is also live to watch on the 5 live website.
5 live Controller Adrian Van Klaveren said: “This could be one of the most exciting elections in decades, and I think Radio 5 live’s coverage provides a real platform for debate, interactivity and clarity from all over the country.”