Question Time Live Chat

David Dimbleby presents Question Time from Ilford, East London. On the panel: UKIP’s MP for Claction, Douglas Carswell, Conservative MP for Broxtowe Anna Soubry MP, economist Ruth Lea, novelist Irvine Welsh and Labour’s chief underpants model Chris Bryant MP.

Kick off tomorrow (Thursday) at 22.45

Chat here, register here if necessary.

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17 Responses to Question Time Live Chat

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    • wronged says:

      Weekly score on EU Question Time bias
      Tonight’s loyalties are, I believe, as follows
      Chris Bryant
      Anna Soubry
      Irvine Welsh

      Douglas Carswell
      Ruth Lea

      Making a running total of
      Remain 31
      Leave 13
      Undecided 2

      Soubry and Bryant will constantly interrupt and dominate the debate, whereas Carswell and Lea are quieter and generally better mannered. Irvine is a leftie who I presume will support the anti British Remain.
      This could be a very frustrating evening for fellow Brexiteers.


      • Guest Who says:

        Given just about every remain word or deed thus far has blown back, it may be anything but.

        Here’s hoping.


      • Emmanuel Goldstein says:

        Not the biased bbc but on sky news three students were interviewed about remain or leave after Cameron’s lecture to them.
        Two were remain and the third was undecided although everything he said indicated remain.

        Interviewed by the English gentleman Faisal Islam.


      • wronged says:

        Irvine Welsh despite providing a poor contribution to the EU debate, he did at least say that if he voted, which in fact he would not be, he would vote to leave.
        On that basis, and for the very first time on QT, the EU balance is in favour of Leave.
        Therefore, in order keep an accurate ,fair and watchful record, I am changing the panel bias running total.

        Remain 30
        Leave 14
        Undecided 2

        I hope you will agree with my change, it is important to be honest and fair.


        • Mr.Golightly says:

          I agree wronged. Welsh turns out to be a Leaver in an anti-neoliberalism sort of way. Still, fair’s fair.


  2. Mr.Golightly says:

    Irvine Welsh has recently been across the BBC promoting his new novel. So why not appear on Question Time to raise profile and sales? Shameless opportunists. BBC and Welsh.


  3. Aborigine Londoner says:

    No local MPs available then?
    John Cryer
    Iain Duncan Smith
    Mike Gapes
    Wes Streeting

    I take it subtitles will be available as English is no longer spoken in Ilford.


  4. CranbrookPhil says:

    Anna Soubry? Again? She was on only a few weeks ago, & can’t stop talking!