The leaders of the Brexit Party, the Liberal Democrats, the SNP, the Green Party and Plaid Cymru will all take part in a two-hour political debate on ITV on Sunday 1st December at 7pm, ahead of the general election later this month.
However, Conservative prime minister Boris Johnson and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will not be involved, instead sending chief secretary of the Treasury Rishi Sunak and shadow justice minister Richard Burgon, respectively.
Here's your briefing on the leaders and politicians involved in Sunday's ITV Election Debate...
Sian Berry – Green Party co-leader
Siân Berry has been co-leader of the Greens, with Jonathan Bartley, since September 2018. She stood as the party's candidate for London mayor in 2008 and in 2016, when she came third. She is a local councillor in Camden and a member of the London Assembly but is not an MP.
Richard Burgon – Labour shadow justice minister
Richard Burgon has been Labour’s Shadow Secretary of State for Justice and Shadow Lord Chancellor since 2016, when he was promoted from Shadow Economic Secretary to the Treasury. A former trade union lawyer, he is also the MP for Leeds East.
Nigel Farage – Brexit Party leader
Nigel Farage has been the leader of the Brexit Party since its active inception in 2019, and an MEP since 1999, although he has never been elected as a British MP. He was the leader of UKIP from 2006 to 2009 and 2010 to 2016. Farage also hosts an LBC radio talk show.
Adam Price – Plaid Cymru leader
Adam Price has been the leader of Plaid Cymru since 2018. He is a former MP for Carmarthen East and Dinefwr and since 2016 has sat on the National Assembly for Wales.
Nicola Sturgeon – Scottish National Party leader
Nicola Sturgeon has served as leader of the SNP and First Minister of Scotland since 2014 and is the only woman to have held the role. Sturgeon has been a Scottish MP since 1999, initially as an additional member for Glasgow and from 2007 as the MP for Glasgow Southside.
Rishi Sunak – Conservative chief secretary to the treasury
Rishi Sunak was made Chief Secretary to the Treasury in July of 2019. A former hedge fund manager, he was elected MP for Richmond in Yorkshire at the 2015 general election.
Jo Swinson – Liberal Democrats leader
Jo Swinson became leader of the Liberal Democrats in July 2019 and is the first woman, and the youngest person, to have lead the party. She was previously deputy leader and has been MP for East Dunbartonshire since 2017, and between 2005 and 2015.
Which order will the politicians stand in for the ITV Election Debate?
Lots were drawn to determine the podium positions for the debate. Party representatives will appear on the stage in the following order, from left to right: Labour, SNP, Conservatives, Brexit Party, Plaid Cymru, Green Party, Liberal Democrats.
Each politician will have one minute to give an opening statement and 45 seconds for a closing statement.
The order of opening statements will be Green Party, Liberal Democrats, Conservatives, Brexit Party, SNP, Plaid Cymru, Labour.
The order of closing statements will be Brexit Party, Conservatives, Labour, Plaid Cymru, Green Party, Liberal Democrats, SNP.
The ITV Election Debate is on Sunday 1st December at 7pm