With more reports of children being targeted by alleged chemical weapons in Syria, and David Cameron losing the crucial Parliamentary vote on military action, BBC Three's Free Speech debate programme will now be 'Syria Crisis: Free Speech Special', replacing the as billed Law & Order Special.

Rick Edwards will chair a live debate, which will, according to current scheduling plans, be the only place on television next week where an audience will have its say on the Syrian crisis.

One hundred and fifty people aged 16-25 will be arguing for and against the Parliamentary vote and what can be done now for innocent victims of the conflict.

Tina Daheley will be running online questions and debates all day leading up to transmission.

More details on the panellists will follow when confirmed.

Live from the London Borough of Hackney, Free Speech offers you the chance to have your say on the stories you care about. Follow the debate and get involved via bbc.co.uk/freespeech, facebook.com/bbcfreespeech, and @bbcfreespeech #freespeech.

Syria Crisis: Free Speech Special - Wednesday 4 September at 8pm, live on BBC Three

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