06 April 2010

Ask Gordon Brown a question in People's Question Time

Prime Minister Gordon Brown today ended months of speculation when he announced the date of the General Election. The General Election will be held on Thursday 6 May 2010, the same day as the Lambeth Council elections.

Gordon has pledged that "From now until polling day I will travel the length and breadth of Britain with one clear message: Britain is now on the way to economic recovery. And now is not a time to put it at risk."

You have a chance to put questions you have to the Prime Minister at a special online People's Question Time to be held tomorrow (Wednesday 7 April 2010).

Gordon Brown writes "This is going to be a different kind of election – one where we the politicians throw open the doors to grassroots activists and the wider public. Britain's future success will be shaped in the next few months. It is a time of big challenges and tough decisions. Big questions need to be answered by all parties – ask me yours"

To ask a question go to the People's Question Time page and submit it on the screen. Alternatively if you use Twitter submit your question to Gordon Brown by including the #askGB hastag in your message

Questions will be answered at 5pm on Wednesday

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For more information see the Labour Party website