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Wednesday, 3 September, 2003, 11:02 GMT 12:02 UK
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Education Secretary Charles Clarke
Ask the Education Secretary Charles Clarke
Higher university fees, the A-level exam system and teacher shortages, are some of the key issues facing Education Secretary Charles Clarke. How do you see the future of education? You can put your questions to Charles Clarke in a LIVE interactive forum on Wednesday, 19 February at 1430GMT.

Congestion charge: Will it work?
Congestion charging has been introduced in London. Motorists will have to pay 5 to enter the city centre. Will it cut congestion? You put your questions to transport adviser Prof David Begg and anti-congestion charge campaigner Joanne Cohen in an interactive forum.

Census results: Ask an expert
The official 10 year Census results, taken in September 2001, have been published. How important are the figures? You put your questions to Len Cook from the Office of National Statistics.

Iraq Day: You asked the experts
Today the BBC is running special programmes on the crisis over Iraq. "Iraq: Britain Decides" looks in depth at the issues surrounding the confrontation. Security expert Charles Shoebridge, Middle East analyst Daniel Neep and Dr Azzam Tamimi from the Muslim Association of Britain answered your questions.

Celebrities and privacy? You asked a barrister
Catherine Zeta Jones is giving evidence at the High Court on Monday where she is suing Hello! magazine for printing unofficial photos of her wedding. Are stars' lives public property? You put your questions to barrister Iain Christie, a privacy expert.

Iraq: Are you convinced by the new evidence?
US Secretary of State Colin Powell has presented intelligence data to the UN Security Council showing what he called Baghdad's "evasion and deception" in the face of UN weapons inspections. Journalists Bob Hagerty and Faisal Bodi answered your questions.


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