Tonight's Question Time comes from Brighton

Tonight's Question Time comes from Brighton

Tonight's Question Time comes from Brighton

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BBC Question Time will broadcast from Brighton today.

It will be the first time the political panel show has been filmed in the city since 2012.

On the panel for the weekly debate programme will be Conservative MP for Putney Justine Greening, Labour MP Diane Abbott, Roger Helmer UKIP MEP for the East Midlands, pop singer and songwriter Mick Hucknall and chief executive of clothing retailer Next, Simon Wolfson.

It will be shown on BBC1 from 10.35pm.

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6:48am Thu 27 Mar 14

rogerthefish says...

Shame there's no Kitkat on there to explain the wasted monies spend on cycle lanes whilst the seafront needs a lick of paint.
Shame there's no Kitkat on there to explain the wasted monies spend on cycle lanes whilst the seafront needs a lick of paint. rogerthefish
  • Score: 14

7:43am Thu 27 Mar 14

RK_Brighton says...

No one representing the Greens! Bet they got scared and refused to take part in the best location you could get to justify Green involvement in Question Time.

The abuse their representative would get from the panel,would show the Greens up right across the country and I bet they want to avoid that.
No one representing the Greens! Bet they got scared and refused to take part in the best location you could get to justify Green involvement in Question Time. The abuse their representative would get from the panel,would show the Greens up right across the country and I bet they want to avoid that. RK_Brighton
  • Score: 13

7:44am Thu 27 Mar 14

RK_Brighton says...

I meant 'from the audience' not 'from the panel'. Though I bet there'd be criticism of the Greens from the panel too...
I meant 'from the audience' not 'from the panel'. Though I bet there'd be criticism of the Greens from the panel too... RK_Brighton
  • Score: 4

8:54am Thu 27 Mar 14

Eugenius says...

RK_Brighton wrote:
No one representing the Greens! Bet they got scared and refused to take part in the best location you could get to justify Green involvement in Question Time.

The abuse their representative would get from the panel,would show the Greens up right across the country and I bet they want to avoid that.
Wish there was a Green on the panel to prove you wrong but I'm afraid the BBC have a long-standing policy of not inviting the local MP on Question Time.
[quote][p][bold]RK_Brighton[/bold] wrote: No one representing the Greens! Bet they got scared and refused to take part in the best location you could get to justify Green involvement in Question Time. The abuse their representative would get from the panel,would show the Greens up right across the country and I bet they want to avoid that.[/p][/quote]Wish there was a Green on the panel to prove you wrong but I'm afraid the BBC have a long-standing policy of not inviting the local MP on Question Time. Eugenius
  • Score: -1

11:42am Thu 27 Mar 14

gheese77 says...

Eugenius wrote:
RK_Brighton wrote:
No one representing the Greens! Bet they got scared and refused to take part in the best location you could get to justify Green involvement in Question Time.

The abuse their representative would get from the panel,would show the Greens up right across the country and I bet they want to avoid that.
Wish there was a Green on the panel to prove you wrong but I'm afraid the BBC have a long-standing policy of not inviting the local MP on Question Time.
Yes, we will have the usual display of slick politicians from the main parties failing to answer the questions they are asked
[quote][p][bold]Eugenius[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RK_Brighton[/bold] wrote: No one representing the Greens! Bet they got scared and refused to take part in the best location you could get to justify Green involvement in Question Time. The abuse their representative would get from the panel,would show the Greens up right across the country and I bet they want to avoid that.[/p][/quote]Wish there was a Green on the panel to prove you wrong but I'm afraid the BBC have a long-standing policy of not inviting the local MP on Question Time.[/p][/quote]Yes, we will have the usual display of slick politicians from the main parties failing to answer the questions they are asked gheese77
  • Score: 12

12:15pm Thu 27 Mar 14

billy goat-gruff says...

Yes, UKIP, with a total of *ZERO* elected MPs gets all the publicity from the BBC and the Greens get the cold shoulder. Here of all places there should have been a Green or at least a socialist panelist! We'll have to make do with Diane Abbott. Here's hoping Mick Hucknell will lean to the Left!
Yes, UKIP, with a total of *ZERO* elected MPs gets all the publicity from the BBC and the Greens get the cold shoulder. Here of all places there should have been a Green or at least a socialist panelist! We'll have to make do with Diane Abbott. Here's hoping Mick Hucknell will lean to the Left! billy goat-gruff
  • Score: -2

12:19pm Thu 27 Mar 14

Dan Gleballs says...

The Greens would be too scared... even with the left wing, liberal, soap dodging audience that are carefully selected by the BBC!!!
The Greens would be too scared... even with the left wing, liberal, soap dodging audience that are carefully selected by the BBC!!! Dan Gleballs
  • Score: 9

1:25pm Thu 27 Mar 14

Fight_Back says...

Eugenius wrote:
RK_Brighton wrote:
No one representing the Greens! Bet they got scared and refused to take part in the best location you could get to justify Green involvement in Question Time.

The abuse their representative would get from the panel,would show the Greens up right across the country and I bet they want to avoid that.
Wish there was a Green on the panel to prove you wrong but I'm afraid the BBC have a long-standing policy of not inviting the local MP on Question Time.
Don't worry - one of my questions refers to the failed Green experiment so the Greens might well get shown up as the shower of poo they really are.
[quote][p][bold]Eugenius[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RK_Brighton[/bold] wrote: No one representing the Greens! Bet they got scared and refused to take part in the best location you could get to justify Green involvement in Question Time. The abuse their representative would get from the panel,would show the Greens up right across the country and I bet they want to avoid that.[/p][/quote]Wish there was a Green on the panel to prove you wrong but I'm afraid the BBC have a long-standing policy of not inviting the local MP on Question Time.[/p][/quote]Don't worry - one of my questions refers to the failed Green experiment so the Greens might well get shown up as the shower of poo they really are. Fight_Back
  • Score: 10

7:14pm Thu 27 Mar 14

HJarrs says...

Fight_Back wrote:
Eugenius wrote:
RK_Brighton wrote:
No one representing the Greens! Bet they got scared and refused to take part in the best location you could get to justify Green involvement in Question Time.

The abuse their representative would get from the panel,would show the Greens up right across the country and I bet they want to avoid that.
Wish there was a Green on the panel to prove you wrong but I'm afraid the BBC have a long-standing policy of not inviting the local MP on Question Time.
Don't worry - one of my questions refers to the failed Green experiment so the Greens might well get shown up as the shower of poo they really are.
Well my Tory friend, Labour Conservative and UKIP are all able to amply demonstrate failure.
[quote][p][bold]Fight_Back[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Eugenius[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RK_Brighton[/bold] wrote: No one representing the Greens! Bet they got scared and refused to take part in the best location you could get to justify Green involvement in Question Time. The abuse their representative would get from the panel,would show the Greens up right across the country and I bet they want to avoid that.[/p][/quote]Wish there was a Green on the panel to prove you wrong but I'm afraid the BBC have a long-standing policy of not inviting the local MP on Question Time.[/p][/quote]Don't worry - one of my questions refers to the failed Green experiment so the Greens might well get shown up as the shower of poo they really are.[/p][/quote]Well my Tory friend, Labour Conservative and UKIP are all able to amply demonstrate failure. HJarrs
  • Score: -9

8:26pm Thu 27 Mar 14

a person says...

Bbc question time will be as usual .
Diane Abbott, saying we need open boarders and all immigration ..
As English people don’t want to work , and are lazy good for nothing..
Audience clapping ,,and cheering .

Ukip saying anything and getting boooed .

If a white mp had been as racist against black people ,as Diane Abbott has been against the white people in the past ,
they would have been sacked .
They certainly would not get as much air time as she does.
Bbc question time will be as usual . Diane Abbott, saying we need open boarders and all immigration .. As English people don’t want to work , and are lazy good for nothing.. Audience clapping ,,and cheering . Ukip saying anything and getting boooed . If a white mp had been as racist against black people ,as Diane Abbott has been against the white people in the past , they would have been sacked . They certainly would not get as much air time as she does. a person
  • Score: 10

8:44pm Thu 27 Mar 14

ronrostog says...

billy goat-gruff wrote:
Yes, UKIP, with a total of *ZERO* elected MPs gets all the publicity from the BBC and the Greens get the cold shoulder. Here of all places there should have been a Green or at least a socialist panelist! We'll have to make do with Diane Abbott. Here's hoping Mick Hucknell will lean to the Left!
Course he will. It's the BBC, can't be having a 'pop star' on who leans to the right can we? Unless we bring Gary Numan over from the States. Mind you, Bruce Dickinson did a good impersonation of one a while back. Anyway, hope someone brings up the fact that Diane Abbot sent her sprog to a private school. I know it's old hat but it annoys her so it's always worth hearing just so she gets her very large knickers in a twist. Be even more amusing if it comes from the UKIP panellist so she can call him a bigot or some other word that fits the bill and goes along with them chips on her shoulders.
[quote][p][bold]billy goat-gruff[/bold] wrote: Yes, UKIP, with a total of *ZERO* elected MPs gets all the publicity from the BBC and the Greens get the cold shoulder. Here of all places there should have been a Green or at least a socialist panelist! We'll have to make do with Diane Abbott. Here's hoping Mick Hucknell will lean to the Left![/p][/quote]Course he will. It's the BBC, can't be having a 'pop star' on who leans to the right can we? Unless we bring Gary Numan over from the States. Mind you, Bruce Dickinson did a good impersonation of one a while back. Anyway, hope someone brings up the fact that Diane Abbot sent her sprog to a private school. I know it's old hat but it annoys her so it's always worth hearing just so she gets her very large knickers in a twist. Be even more amusing if it comes from the UKIP panellist so she can call him a bigot or some other word that fits the bill and goes along with them chips on her shoulders. ronrostog
  • Score: 10

12:02am Fri 28 Mar 14

The Real Phil says...

All missing the real question - "Is Mick Hucknell still alive"?
All missing the real question - "Is Mick Hucknell still alive"? The Real Phil
  • Score: 4

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