EU In Or Out? Public To Put Questions To Prime Minister or Justice Secretary Michael Gove

Sky News is hosting two shows, where Remain backer David Cameron and Leave campaigner Michael Gove will face a live audience, recruited and balanced to be representative by Survation.

Apply to be in the audience


David Cameron and Michael Gove VJU screengrab promo


Sky News is hosting two major live special shows debating the UK’s membership of the European Union – inviting members of the public to participate and be in the audience.

On 2 June, Mr Cameron will face live questions from Sky News journalists and members of the public in the first big television event of the referendum campaign.


The hour-long event will be broadcast on Sky News at 8pm, three weeks before the 23 June referendum.

On 3 June, also at 8pm, the Justice Secretary, Michael Gove – one of the leaders of the Vote Leave campaign, will be questioned.

The events will be split between a face-to-face live interview and a question-and-answer session in front of a live studio audience.

Kay Burley will moderate the Q&A section of the programmes, and the live interviews will be conducted Sky News Political Editor Faisal Islam.


Members of the public can follow this link to apply to be part of the studio audience for EU: In Or Out? with David Cameron or Michael Gove and have the opportunity to ask a question.

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