Who loves ya, baby?
Are there any masochists on here who still make the effort to watch it?
BBC bosses have been urged to explain the selection process on Question Time after an audience member who went on a racist rant was linked to far-right groups.
Reports over the weekend suggested the woman who made the anti-immigrant remarks had twice stood for election for the National Front and is currently an enthusiastic supporter of Tommy Robinson, the founder of the English Defence League.
The row stems from last Thursday’s edition of the politics show, when the woman sitting in the middle of the front row spoke for 75 seconds, calling on the UK to close its borders “completely”. Alarmingly, the programme then clipped the entire rant and shared it on their social media accounts – without any correction or fact checking. It has now been watched nearly 7 million times.