How can I get involved with Leaders Live?

Six in ten respondents to a ComRes/ITV News Index poll said politicians ignore young people Credit:

The leaders of the five main political parties have agreed to a grilling in the UK's first series of Q&As live on YouTube.

Natalie Bennett, Nigel Farage, Ed Miliband, David cameron and Nick Clegg will all be in the spotlight in front of a live audience to tackle YOUR questions.

Vote which topic they should talk about

Each of the leaders has chosen three topics to talk about, but you can vote on what the fourth topic should be.

The options are: Education, Environment, Jobs, Crime, EU, Health, Transport, Democracy, Foreign Policy and Immigration.

Click here to vote

To help you get in the zone, here are some videos made by YouTube stars who will be in the audience at each of the debates.

Ask your question

A recent poll by ComRes and ITV News found that six in ten Britons (59%) believe that politicians ignore the interests of young people.

Leaders Live is about making this generation of political leaders pay attention to young people and the issues they care about.

Ask your question using the #LeadersLive tag - the best ones will be put directly to each leader during the live Q&As.

Watch the live streamed Q&As

The Q&As will be live streamed on YouTube on five separate dates in November and December.

Subscribe to the BITE News YouTube channel to get all the latest updates.

The dates are:

  • Natalie Bennett (Green) - Wednesday 26th November, 6-8pm

  • Nigel Farage (Ukip) - Tuesday 2nd December, 6-8pm

  • Ed Miliband (Labour) - Monday 8th December, 5-7pm

  • Nick Clegg (Liberal Democrats) - Tuesday 16th December, 6:30-8:30pm

  • David Cameron (Conservatives) - TBC

Join the discussionSpread the word and join the discussion @BiteTheBallot