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Andrew13,586 posts since 27 Mar 2001
Yorkshire Look North (Yorkshire)
The previous week, a women in the audience when answering the question on whether they feel a bit sorry for the PM, was allowed uninterrupted about 2 minutes to give her reasons why she firmly thinks the answer is no. This clip was shared and celebrated many times on Twitter.

The same people who shared that clip are the same people complaining about Fiona Bruce and the BBC’s treatment of Dianne Abbott.

It’s basically just an example of how politics is at the moment and how it all pans out on Twitter. Presumably if and when she gets into power nobody will be able to have a go at her when she makes a tough decision in her department, as it will be racist or sexist?
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willow774 posts since 20 Nov 2018 new member
I am so sick of people playing the 'Race' card! Just accept criticism for what it is, and work on your failings like most people!
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Johnr438 posts since 6 Apr 2004
Very abrupt editing at the end of the show tonight - Fiona asked "the man in the pink shirt" for a question and I don't know if it was asked/answered at the actual recording but on the TV they had the audience clapping to a response from the previous audience member followed by a cut to Fiona announcing time was up. (around 57:30 in on iPlayer)
TROGGLES1,151 posts since 3 Sep 2005
London London
There seems to be a campaign on Twitter & elsewhere to down the programme by saying its been hijacked by one faction or another. It is quite extraordinary to watch people turn on each other because they don't like the message and then blame the media. It's like the dark ages & doctor Goebbels would be proud
..."at the first sign of danger my pussy's hairs stand on end" Betty Slocombe 27/05/1975
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