Controversial politician George Galloway will come to a Doncaster school next week as star guest in a political radio debate.
The Respect Party MP will be part of the panel for Radio 4 show Any Questions, which will be recorded at Hill House School on March 27.
Hosted by Jonathan Dimbleby, the panel will also feature Conservative Defence Secretary Michael Fallon, Labour’s Shadow Secretary for Work and Pensions Rachel Reeves and UKIP MEP Patrick O’Flynn.
The event has been rescheduled from a postponed event in September last year.
Politics teacher Peter Shipston said: “The school will be the venue for this national broadcast with guests from across the political spectrum discussing key issues of the day.”
The broadcast will start at 8pm with a warm up from 7.30pm and will last until 9pm.
Tickets are available for parents and pupils, who according to the terms and conditions, must be over 14 and can be acquired for free on a “first come first served” basis, limited to 250 places.
Please order tickets by Monday 23 March on 01302 776300 or by email to email@example.com.
Mr Galloway first became known in Scottish politics, before becoming General Secretary of the London-based charity War on Want in 1983.
He was elected to parliament in 1987 as a Labour MP but in October 2003, Galloway was expelled from the party, having been found guilty of four charges of bringing the party into disrepute.
Guests from across the political spectrum will be discussing the key issues of the dayPeter Shipston
He became a member of the Respect Party in 2004 and since 2012 has been the MP for Bradford West.
His controversial views on former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein and the Palestinian-Israeli conflict have also seen him in the headlines over the years.
In January 2006, he appeared on the fourth series of reality show Celebrity Big Brother and was widely riducled by opponents after he mimed licking milk, while pretending to be a cat, from the cupped hands of another housemate, actress Rula Lenska.