Question Time LiveBlog 23rd February 2012


Tonight Question Time comes from Tunbridge Wells.

David Dimbleby is joined on the panel by Minister for Culture Ed Vaizey, Shadow Attorney General Emily Thornberry, UKIPs Paul Nuttall MEP, journalist Cristina Odone and dreary lefty Simon Schama.

Your Moderators line-up consists of David Vance, David Mosque, TheEye and John Ward.

It’s a 10:30pm kick off and afterwards we bid a welcome return to the maddess that is This Week. Unfortunately there’s a return for the odious Jacqui Smith but you can’t have everything.

For those who enjoy the Blue Nun Bingo whilst watching This Week (and also for those who don’t understand it) David Mosque has created a website dedicated to the game here. Awesome effort and well worth a look.

See you here later!

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7 Responses to Question Time LiveBlog 23rd February 2012

  1. Jon S says:

    i wonder if Dimbleby will say ‘the pre-op black transexual at the back with the big tits, what’s your question regarding the government cuts?’

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  2. Merlin says:

    Don’t know about you lot but I’m going to be keeoing a very close eye on the audience members tonight as I am 99.9% certain that I have seen the same person in the audience (with an awful wig and hairband) in the last two screenings.  I’m sure the BBC are transporting drama and pop music students from various mickey mouse degrees to each weekly location. Please report back with any foul sightings!

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  3. Geyza says:

    I wonder if anyone brings up Eric Joyce being suspended from labour for his alleged assault? Not the first time that he has been in trouble with the police either.

    It was the same labour MP Frank Joyce, a former Northern Ireland shadow minister who had to resign from Milinband’s shadow cabinet in November 2010 for being convicted of a criminal offence of refusing to provide a sample when arrested for drink driving… 
     
    This was the same day that Lord Young resigned as an advisor to the coalition government for making a true, but unwise statement about people with mortgages “doing well out of the recession because of the low interest rates.”
     
    Which of the two resignations on that day did the BBC lead it’s TV, Radio and internet news with all day? Which of the two did the BBC not report  AT ALL?
     
    Yup You guessed it, they led their whole day with the no.1 top news item of the vonservative resignation over a heartless and sick comment by the nasty George Young whilst wilfully ignoring the criminal conviction and resignation of Eric Joyce.
     
    And they claim that they are not biased???

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  4. Geyza says:

    A doctor on the front page of tomorrow’s Telegraph has no compunction about revealing that the abortion on demand due to gender is “Like female infanticide!”  So it is an Islamic cultural phenomenon.  The BBC still refuse to admit this.

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