Salma Yaqoob on BBC Question Time
Salma Yaqoob, leader of the Respect party, is appearing on the panel of BBC Question Time tonight.
The show is being broadcast from Plymouth and will be shown on BBC 1 at 10.35pm, after the Ten O’Clock News.
She will be making her sixth appearance on the show’s panel; speaking alongside Jeremy Hunt, Ben Bradshaw, Katie Hopkins and Toby Young.
You can also watch the show after its broadcast on BBC iPlayer and follow the show via Twitter and sms txt. More on the show and this week’s panel here.
Salma Yaqoob is also city councillor for Birmingham Sparkbrook and chair of the Birmingham Stop the War Coalition.
You can watch Salma’s previous appearance on the show, which was broadcast live from Wootton Bassett in December, here.
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Investment not cuts
Slashing public spending will only deepen the recession. Instead of the obsession with cuts we need to invest for growth. This will allow Government income to rise and will cut unemployment. That is the best way to reduce the national debt.
Troops out of Afghanistan
Too many lives have been lost. Escalating the conflict will only make things worse. We need to find a peaceful solution.
New Green Deal
Invest in Green technology to save our planet. the UK could create up to 400,000 jobs in new green industries, instead of wasting tens of billions of pounds on ID cards and Trident nuclear weapons.
One Society, Many Cultures
Everyone is equal no matter their race, religion or lifestyle. We are differet, but we are one society. We should not be divided by racism and intolerance.
For more about the things the Respect party and its candidates stands for, visit: www.therespectparty.net and www.salmayaqoob.com.
Salma Yaqoob is standing for MP in Birmingham Hall Green
This May you have the chance to elect a new MP. Salma Yaqoob is a brave and committed campaigner. She will speak up for you.
– Fed up with politicians lining their own pockets?
– Angry at bankers keeping their bonuses?
– Let down by the lies that took us to war in Iraq and Afghanistan?
She can do it!
In the 2005 General Election, Salma almost won with 10,498 votes.
Lib Dems trailed in THIRD and Conservatives FOURTH.
Only Salma can beat Labour in Birmingham Hall Green!
Labour in trouble – Labour was shocked to have its majority slashed from 16,246 to 3,289 in 2005. Since then they have become even more unpopular.
Lib Dems struggling – Jerry Evans’ vote reduced by half in his own Springfield ward in 2008.
In 2009 they only polled 500 votes in the Sparkbrook by-election. Lib Dems are losing support and cannot win.
For more: www.salmayaqoob.com
Here are the latest videos for Salma Yaqoob. For more, visit her official YouTube page here.
Larches Park Community Fun Day
Bristol Respect Campaign Team
Desi Donors – Amun Ali Appeal
Birmingham City Council cuts alone will slash services and axe up to 7,000 jobs.
Labour, Tories and Lib Dems say there is ‘no alternative’ to cuts. They only disagree on when to wield the knife.
These are the same people who said there was ‘no alternative’ to war in Iraq and Afghanistan.
There is an alternative.
The Robin Hood Tax is one. It calls for a tiny tax on bankers which would have the power to raise hundreds of billions every year.
It could give a vital boost to the NHS, our schools and the fight against child poverty in the UK – as well as tackling poverty and climate change around the world.’
Respect and Salma Yaqoob are supporters of The Robin Hood Tax. We urge you to become a supporter too.
Find out more by visiting www.robinhoodtax.org.uk