Well if the BBC were hoping the Question Time edit outrage would be smaller scale than the cenotaph one, they'll be disappointed. It's now front page of Reddit. And full of overseas viewers talking about how they will no longer trust BBC World News to be impartial. The cenotaph problem only gained outrage here.
Are you serious? The same site that acts as a breeding ground for the alt-right and "men's rights activists"?
Honestly I don't want to get into an argument over this. It is irrelevant to presentation matters. But it is the 15th most popular website in the UK, just beating gov.uk and behind Instagram. Visit the correct parts (such as oldbritishtelly for clips which could go in the Youtube Gold thread) and it's alright.