While I wasn’t with Jayne Secker on her comments, I would come down on the side of Adam on this occasion (not that I always do!). I think he hit on something around the democratic values of the group and made some very valid points which the guest didn’t really tackle.
Yes, you need to watch the entire interview, I notice the clip Owen Jones (who is he by the way, am I supposed to know ?) posted on Twitter starts at the point Boulton goes all Basil Fawlty and talks about fascists.
Boulton came out of it overall better than the interviewee, who wasn't really articulate enough to construct any form of argument. There was an interview on BBC Breakfast this morning with another spokesperson, she was better as an interviewee, and Charlie Stayt did his best, but she basically couldn't seem to make any compelling case for their actions. Charlie simply (and quite rightly) did his best to ask, and let the viewer decide what validity the arguments put forward had.