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That was pantomine. Who to detest the most there? A fucking rammy.

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Could've been quite interesting but the dickhead audience ruined it by keep shouting over the answers.

I wouldn't mind watching a special edition set in Jerusalem though.

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I am totally against the rise of anti semitism in Europe and in particular in this country but goodness the Jews on question time tonight did themselves no favours with their totally one sided myopia concerning the nature of what goes on between Israel and Palestine.

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That was pantomine. Who to detest the most there? A fucking rammy.

Even after George's pasting at the end, Tristram Hunt made the biggest c**t of it.

It's frightening that he could be responsible for the education system in England and Wales.

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Considering Michael Gove did it for 4 years they've probably had enough frights already.

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Considering Michael Gove did it for 4 years they've probably had enough frights already.

That's all too true. Not exactly blessed with that Nicky Morgan either by the looks of things.

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All this episode proved was once again that religion is unfit for 21st century human civilisation.

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Why on Earth do the constantly BBC invite Galloway on this programme?

As far as I understand, David Dimbleby has a soft spot for him and he's entirely in control when it comes to choosing panel members, audience members and vetting questions.

I am totally against the rise of anti semitism in Europe and in particular in this country but goodness the Jews on question time tonight did themselves no favours with their totally one sided myopia concerning the nature of what goes on between Israel and Palestine.

You're rarely going to get any reasonable debate when a controversial panelist comes on the show, as you can bet your life they'll be audience members who came with the "I'm going to stick it to them" mentality. It's a problem with religion in general where people start to put beliefs before facts.

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As far as I understand, David Dimbleby has a soft spot for him and he's entirely in control when it comes to choosing panel members, audience members and vetting questions.

Time he was replaced then, getting past it.

He will have the same effect as Peter Alliss did for golf on the BBC.

Quite liked the Scots guy who chaired a couple of the referendum meets.........not London based so not a hope.

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http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2015/02/06/george-galloway-urges-supporters--complain-lynch-mob-bbc-question-time_n_6629244.html?1423227273

Always the victim, is oor George.

Question Time is essentially just a slightly more grown up, political version of Jeremy Kyle.

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You thinking of James Cook? If so I agree thought he chaired the debates really well unlike Glen Campbell & the rabble between Sturgeon/Lamont.

Time he was replaced then, getting past it.

He will have the same effect as Peter Alliss did for golf on the BBC.

Quite liked the Scots guy who chaired a couple of the referendum meets.........not London based so not a hope.

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What a clown Tristram Hunt is. He had an utter nightmare.

Saw him debating independence with Irvine Welsh. Hunt couldn't understand why Welsh didn't want Scotland to 'stroll the world stage, feared for her military might'. Thought, what a typical stuffed-shirt of an upper-class Tory b*****d. Turns out he's Labour...

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He just doesn't have a credible nationalist argument for Britain though: none of them do. It's a case of trying to dole out enough responsibility to increasing national sovereignties until it all falls apart in the centre.

The UK is disintegrating, and not before time. Scotland voting no has only delayed this, not prevented this.

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Saw him debating independence with Irvine Welsh. Hunt couldn't understand why Welsh didn't want Scotland to 'stroll the world stage, feared for her military might'. Thought, what a typical stuffed-shirt of an upper-class Tory b*****d. Turns out he's Labour...

i dont know why welsh gave a f**k, he cares so much about Scotland he lives in Chicago. I can only think he waded into the debate to increase his profile and gets nats to buy his new book, released May 2014.

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You thinking of James Cook? If so I agree thought he chaired the debates really well unlike Glen Campbell & the rabble between Sturgeon/Lamont.

That's the guy, deserves a bigger stage.

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i dont know why welsh gave a f**k, he cares so much about Scotland he lives in Chicago. I can only think he waded into the debate to increase his profile and gets nats to buy his new book, released May 2014.

So only people living in Scotland should give a damn what happens to the country?

Get a grip!

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