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By Andy McDandy
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#505629
You also missed:

Spangles
The Clangers

Missing those two does a great disservice to the TV careers of Stuart Maconie and Paul Ross.
 
By bluebellnutter
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#511377
When I saw that it was Gina Miller being heckled I assumed it would end up being a Brexit twunt type, but sounds more like he's angry at the idea that the Conservatives formed the Government as the largest party, more the sort of stuff I've heard from a few Corbynites on Twitter.
 
By Bones McCoy
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#511396
bluebellnutter wrote:When I saw that it was Gina Miller being heckled I assumed it would end up being a Brexit twunt type, but sounds more like he's angry at the idea that the Conservatives formed the Government as the largest party, more the sort of stuff I've heard from a few Corbynites on Twitter.
The Telegraph has an exposure piece.
Belongs to some fringe party, described as a Corbynista, but also had a conviction for road rage.
Seems like a guy who needs help.
 
By Danson's Forehead
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#511401
It takes some doing to stand out as a particular turd in a Question Time audience.
 
By bluebellnutter
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#511452
From the Graun
Steve German, a former candidate for the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC), was asked to leave after repeatedly heckling the panel and shouting that the Tories had lost the general election. After repeated interjections for about 40 minutes, Dimbleby said: “Hang on, listen, I think you ought to leave you know.”
There's also been a complaint that there wasn't a question about Finsbury Park.

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/201 ... k-coverage" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
 
By Bones McCoy
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#511467
bluebellnutter wrote:From the Graun
Steve German, a former candidate for the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC), was asked to leave after repeatedly heckling the panel and shouting that the Tories had lost the general election. After repeated interjections for about 40 minutes, Dimbleby said: “Hang on, listen, I think you ought to leave you know.”
There's also been a complaint that there wasn't a question about Finsbury Park.

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/201 ... k-coverage" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
They might have got through a bit more business is Mr German hadn't acted like an utter bellend.
 
By Littlejohn's brain
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#511470
bluebellnutter wrote:From the Graun
Steve German, a former candidate for the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition (TUSC), was asked to leave after repeatedly heckling the panel and shouting that the Tories had lost the general election. After repeated interjections for about 40 minutes, Dimbleby said: “Hang on, listen, I think you ought to leave you know.”
There's also been a complaint that there wasn't a question about Finsbury Park.

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/201 ... k-coverage" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
I haven't watched Question Time, namely because the audience was full of idiots spouting bollocks and the panel was and last night proved my point. Oh and Mr German A simple Maths lesson

Seats Tories 318 Labour 261

Share of Vote Tories 42& Labour 40%
 
By youngian
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#511472
I did see a clip of Wendy the angry Kipper who was let out without her medication. Michelle Dewsbury telling like it is on This Week is worth a laugh.
 
By Littlejohn's brain
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#511954
I see the BBC has decided to invite Kerry-Anne Mendoza of the clickbait cesspit, The Canary onto tomorrow's edition of Question Time. Pretty soon this is going to be a line up on Question Time.

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By cycloon
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#511956
I can see the rationale ('influential media voice') but yeah, get tae fuck. There's standards. Although they already breached them long ago vis UKIP...
 
By Kreuzberger
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#511958
The Canary is doing +/- 12m monthly pageviews so yes, an "influential media voice".

Some might find the porcine presence of Nick Ferrari with his mere 1.1m weekly listeners less valid. However, he is a right wing zealot and male, and therefore just the very dab.



Sources: Similarweb / Rajar
 
By youngian
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#511959
BBC always like box office they can flog to death on QT and Cornynista young Turks are far preferable to seeing fucking Farage's mug on every other week. Ellie Mae O'Hagan maybe away with the fairies reading the papers on Marr but she is not Toby Young or Julie Hartley-Brewer. This feels like progress.
 
By Abernathy
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By youngian
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#511962
I'll have a look at that as I'm wondering if Stella is the right person for the top job if Jez falls off his bike. She can take on Fox while Kerry Ann handles fellow fake news purveyor Nick Ferrari. And call yourself Zanny Minton Bedoes if you're party planner for posh people not if you work for the Economist.
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