British Prime Minister Tony Blair is to take questions from the public on MSN. Ten members of the public will get the chance to quiz Tony on issues of their choosing on Tuesday 4 April; selected folks will hold video conversations over MSN Messenger with the Prime Minister at 10 Downing Street live.

The competition is launched today at, where users can pose their proposed question for the Prime Minister, with the winners selected by a judging panel.

Following last summer's G8 Summit in Gleneagles questions limited to two major issues, the issue of Africa, and the issue of climate change.