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Sir Keir Starmer is the one get together chief but to agree a date to be grilled by BBC presenter Nick Robinson forward of the General Election.

The journalist will sit down with political leaders together with Rishi Sunak and Nigel Farage in a collection of BBC Panorama specials.

The Labour chief has been invited to be interviewed however his look has not been confirmed.

A senior Tory supply advised The Telegraph: “After his lethargic performance in Tuesday’s debate, it’s hardly surprising that Keir Starmer is dodging a thorough examination by a high-quality journalist.

“He will do all he can to avoid questions on the £2,094 of taxes he would need to impose on working households to fill the black hole in his plans.”

Robinson’s first interviewee is the Prime Minister, who might be grilled in a programme airing on BBC One on June 10 at 8pm.

Mr Farage, who not too long ago introduced he would stand as chief of Reform UK, will sit down with the journalist in a particular airing the subsequent day at 10.40pm.

SNP chief John Swinney will discuss to Robinson in a broadcast on June 12 at 7pm, airing on each BBC One and BBC One Scotland.

At the identical time, an interview with chief of Plaid Cymru, Rhun ap Iorwerth will air on BBC One Wales.

On June 18 at 10.40pm, a Panorama particular that includes the co-leader of the Green Party, Adrian Ramsay, will air, and the final interview will happen on June 28 at 8.30pm with Sir Ed Davey, chief of the Liberal Democrats.

The Labour chief and Mr Sunak had their first televised leaders’ election debate earlier this week on ITV.

Jonathan Munro, deputy chief government BBC News and director of journalism, mentioned: “Nick Robinson is a formidable political interviewer.

“Over the subsequent few weeks, he’ll be placing the questions that matter most to audiences up and down the nation to the leaders of the most important political events in Great Britain.

“These interviews are a crucial part of our election coverage as we get more time to sit down with them and put their policy ambitions to the test.”