Question Time Live Chat – Last in Series!!!


David Dimbleby presents the last show in the series, from Sheffield, South Yorkshire. On the panel are UKIP MEP Louise Bours, Conservative (in name only) MP Ken Clarke, the SNP’s Tommy Sheppard MP (Yay!), Labour’s Chuka Umuna and journalist Rachel Johnson. I’m so glad to see that the huge demand for the SNP in England has not gone unheeded.

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17 Responses to Question Time Live Chat – Last in Series!!!

  1. Dazed & Confused says:

    Did you know that Doncaster was still technically part of Scotland?……Perhaps that’s why the SNP are appearing on Question Time in Sheffield (thanks to Al-Beeb) as the SNP have expansion plans via a full and bloody invasion of all of South Yorkshire…


    • Alex says:

      Orkney and Shetland (and all the oil and gas beneath) are technically part of Norway. They were only pledged to the King of Scotland as security for a wedding dowry that hasn’t been paid yet.


  2. Glen says:

    A UKIP MEP appearing on the last series of QT!! No doubt so that the panel and dumbleby can have a parting shot at them before the next series digs some more dirt on the party or Farage.

    Ken Clarke! He’ll be right on Bours’ case, he’ll want Greece in the EU, he’ll extol all of the EU’s benefits to the UK and then he’ll announce he’s in the running for the liebour leadership.

    What are the lefties going to whoop and holler about for the next few months?


  3. wronged says:

    Ah! Mr Kenneth Clarke. He who is President of the Conservative Europe Group, Co-President of the pro-EU body British Influence and Vice-President of the European Movement UK. Tommy Sheppard pro EU, Chukka Umuna pro EU, Rachel Johnson pro EU . Now there is balance for you, I hope Louise Bours is allowed an equal shout but not with the EU funded BeeB with lefty Dimbledore steering the biased ship.
    Still, it was nice to see Al Beeba caned for 650 million during the week.


  4. wronged says:

    Someone should investigate the amount of loans the BEEB and their commercial subsidiary companies take out in loans. For example, in 2008 I read in The Times that they took 141 million in loans from the EU. How much since then I dread to think.
    How much of our money goes on interest payments?
    I gather some of this information falls outside the scope of the Freedom of Information Act. -Which, in my opinion, it should not.
    Transparency is the answer.
    If the Beeb owe a huge amount of money to the EU, as well as receive substantial grants from the EU. Why are these interests not declared before any political comment is made on a programme, eg Question Time?
    These political interests should surely be declared.

    If I am wrong on any of the aforementioned comments, I am of course, happy to proven so, I might even sleep better at night!


  5. David Brims says:

    Ken Clarke boasted ” I never read the Lisbon Treaty.”


    • Rob in Cheshire says:

      It was the Maastricht Treaty, but I am sure he has not read the Lisbon Treaty either. Why should he? As far as he is concerned, everything which comes out of the EU is wonderful, no need to read the small print, just sign on the dotted line.


  6. Richard Pinder says:

    The evidence is that there wont be anyone in Sheffield from Yorkshire either: In the European Election results for Yorkshire: We have 403,630 for three UKIP MEP‘s (But Blours was born in and represents Cheshire); 380,189 for two Labour MEP’s (But Chuka Umunna was born in and represents London): 248,945 for one Tory MEP (But Ken Clarke was born in and represents Nottinghamshire): Zero votes for Zero SNP MEP’s (But Tommy Sheppard is Irish): Rachel Johnson was born in Oxford and is based in London, and Dimbleby was born in Surry and lives in Sussex, while the Audience will be bussed in from Islington.


    • Julio says:

      The good people of Yorkshire are being punished by the BBC for their hostility to Milipede in the pre election debates. I doubt that there will be many Yorkshire people in the audience either.


  7. Edward says:

    The biggest story of the budget is the ‘living wage’, something I’m absolutely sure is a Tory conundrum thrown at the Labour party to expose their true level of hypocrisy. I can only sum up Iain Duncan Smith’s out-of-character manic air-punching in The Commons as a sign he’s taking the piss!

    It will be interesting to see how this issue is debated (if at all) and how Chuka spins some kind of negative slant on something the Labour party had already written into their most recent manifesto.


  8. David Brims says:

    All it needs is Clare Balding to present it.


    • petebogtrott says:

      Sat in pink fluffy chairs with a few members of the audience looking dim in the back ground


  9. ICBBC says:

    OT, but really a Must read

    Five Ways to Fight the left


  10. Old Tom says:

    Can we have subtitles for the bloke with the stupid hat. Didn’t understand a word.


  11. wronged says:

    Not many people with Yorkshire accents in evidence tonight, SWP petrol costs must be running quite high.
    With reference to Old Tom’s comment above, it might be that the world has moved too fast for me and that with immigration being what it is, could it possibly be that the man wearing the silly hat, in fact be a new Yorkshire local with a new colloquial Yorkshire accent.
    Final point on the decline of British values. When did it become acceptable to wear a hat indoors? My mother would have found that very rude indeed. She believed that one should always take one’s hat off when indoors! Disrespectful not to!
    But then, since when did the BBC show respect for decency,taste and good manners!


  12. wronged says:

    I’ve tumbled Rachel Johnson. She just goes with the mood of the audience in order to get cheap applause. So predictable. A woman without a spine or conviction.
    She has gone down in my opinion.