EU referendum: Ask David Cameron YOUR questions on Brexit
It's Prime Minister's Questions as you have never seen it before and we are putting you – our readers – in the driving seat.
David Cameron has agreed to take part in an exclusive Express & Star question and answer session about the EU where you will get to ask the questions.
From Britain's future with our Europe neighbours, to the migrant crisis, to how EU membership affects what we do to deal with the steel crisis, the line of questioning is in your hands.
Click here to ask your question
"What we would like is for the Prime Minister to step back from what has been called by some as Project Fear and start a more convincing conversation about the benefits of staying in the EU.
"This is a great opportunity for readers to ask him their questions and hopefully get straight answers."
South Staffordshire Conservative MP Gavin Williamson, a parliamentary aide to the Prime Minister, said: "This is a fantastic opportunity for readers of the Express & Star to ask the Prime Minister their questions.
"I am sure that the Express & Star readers will come up with a range of questions on topics close to their hearts which are not asked by MPs or the media. So I would urge readers to submit their questions so they can get the chance to have it answered by the Prime Minister."
Wolverhampton North East Labour MP Emma Reynolds added: "The Express and Star's question and answer session with the Prime Minister is a good opportunity for local people to hold this government to account on its failure to grasp the seriousness of the steel crisis and to demand answers on the tax affairs of people connected to the Conservative party."
So now it is over to you. We want you to send us your questions.
The EU referendum is a once in a generation chance to have a real say on how this country is governed.
Through the Express & Star, the Prime Minister is giving readers an unprecedented opportunity to quiz him on the topics important to you. We will select 10 of the most common questions which will be sent to 10 Downing Street for the Prime Minister to answer.
To take part, simply fill out the form below:
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