Question Time LiveBlog 14th April 2011

Question Time tonight comes from that famous bastion of middle-of-the-road politics…Liverpool.

On the panel tonight we have Baron and part time vampire Michael Howard, adulterer, windmill fanatic and expenses fiddler* Chris Huhne, Pantone #1235 (Saffron) coloured bank robber Peter Hain, Alex Wee Eck Salmond and former New Statesman deputy editor Cristina Odone.

*As a bit of random trivia, Huhne claimed £85.35 on expenses for having a picture of himself framed and inscribed.

Those hoping for a double-bill of idiocy will be disappointed – there is no This Week this week.

Your long-suffering brace of Moderators; TheEye and David Mosque, will be tilting at windmills here from 10:30pm.

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5 Responses to Question Time LiveBlog 14th April 2011

  1. dave s says:

    Looks like a vintage edition for the connisseur of the truly deranged. Odds on the audience lives down to my expectations.


  2. cjhartnett says:

    Hats off to anyone who would have sat through this crock of biased shite.
    Didn`t even need to watch it-if Fat Salmon can get on a Liverpool panel then clearly the BBC have decided to bring Glasgow down to Merseyside so Dimbum can be persuaded to find his tartan trews from nannys old basket.
    Though Dominic Raab on Newsnight looked a good prospect for the Tories-so no doubt Cameron will be worried, and try to get rid of him.
    Why not have a themed panel of adulterers one week in ,say, Luton-Huhne, Prescott, Yeo, Oaten and Clarkson maybe? For these themed leftie guilt-tripper jamborees that we are made to pay for are a bit samey now!
    It is our BBC after all isn`t it?…that nice Mr Birt said so!


  3. Johnny Norfolk says:

    Did you notice how the chairman allowed Hain to butt in and ask more questions and then would not allow the others to answer. He should have stopped Hain from butting in all the time.

    Labour bias is just in their blood.


    • David Preiser (USA) says:

      Dimbleby may be an old Bullingdon boy, but he skillfully manipulated the proceedings last night to help one side of the argument.  The timing of changing the subject and selecting questions was even more obvious than usual.