Lincolnshire MP Victoria Atkins will feature on Question Time on Thursday evening.
Atkins, who is the current Conservative crime minister, will join the BBC Question Time panel at 10.35pm on Thursday, April 25.
The show will be broadcast from Nottingham on BBC One and BBC Radio 5Live.
The panel also includes Labour’s Jon Ashworth, Lib Dem leader Vince Cable, Green Party MP Caroline Lucas and actor John Rhys-Davies.
Here’s your first look at this week’s #bbcqt panel. With us in Nottingham are Victoria Atkins, @JonAshworth, @vincecable, @CarolineLucas and John Rhys-Davies. Join us on @BBCOne and @bbc5live at 10:35pm on Thursday pic.twitter.com/vOjXSOsVmw
— BBC Question Time (@bbcquestiontime) April 24, 2019
Atkins, who was first elected as an MP for Louth and Horncastle in the May 2015 general election, could get quizzed on the latest figures for crime in England and Wales which were released on Thursday.
In January 2019 BBC Question Time was broadcast from Lincoln’s Drill Hall. It was the fourth time it has been filmed at the charity-run arts centre.