I’ve written before about how the BBC seems to be encouraging UKIP activists to pretend to be ordinary members of the audience on Question Time, writes Tom Pride.
Well, it now seems that a member of last night’s BBC QT audience – the one who accused Russell Brand of being all mouth and told him to stand as an MP – is the brother of Farnborough-born UKIP MEP James Carver:
Tom reckons the BBC isn’t allowing UKIP activists to be planted in audiences to improve that party’s standing politically, but because it makes entertaining television. What do you think?
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