As the line-up for BBC Question Time is announced, the furious left accuses the Beeb of prejudice.

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As the line-up for BBC Question Time is announced, the furious left accuses the Beeb of prejudice.

The BBC has been accused of prejudice by the left after announcing a panel with ‘two Tories’ on tonight’s show.

Conservative MP Robert Buckland, Labour MP Eluned Morgan, Plaid Cymru MP Liz Saville Roberts, former Boris Johnson political strategist Guto Harri, and writer and journalist Timandra Harkness will appear on tonight’s show, which airs at 10:35pm. Disgruntled left-wing viewers took to Twitter shortly after the announcement to express their displeasure that Mr Harri, who previously worked for Boris Johnson, was featured. “Just another tory!” said one Twitter user, @seabee0, in response to a photo of Mr Harri. So there are two Conservatives on the panel.” According to a Question Time audience member, the Conservative Party is concerned that they may lose support to ex-UKIP leader Nigel Farage as a result of the ongoing migrant problem.

“I think we just have to simplify things, really,” she stated from the rear of the Cardiff audience hall.

“Brexit shown that immigration is a popular issue.

“And I don’t think the Conservative government will take it seriously.”

She went on to say that providing safe paths is the “most ethical” alternative.

She did add, though, that the Conservative Party might be apprehensive about a right-wing populist danger.

“They’re too afraid that if they get the rhetoric wrong, Nigel Farage will be our next Prime Minister,” David Blunkett stated today.

In the aftermath of the migrant crisis, a Question Time audience member questioned the UK’s decision to quit the European Union.

“All I seem to hear Britain saying is ‘France should do this,'” the Cardiff woman continued.

“For starters, why did we quit the European Union if we need all of these countries?”

Guto Harri, 55, appeared on Question Time in his hometown of Cardiff tonight.

Boris Johnson’s former head of communications in City Hall questioned the wording on migration and asylum during his presentation.

“I volunteer with the RNLI, so, above all else, I’ve been outraged at how we’ve dehumanised men and women, girls and boys and babies and turned them into this kind of term,’migrant,’ as if it’s something we need to sort of deal with as an issue,” the ex-GB News anchor remarked.

Timandra Harkness, a panelist on Question Time, informed the show’s Cardiff audience that there is “essentially a. “Brinkwire Summary News.”

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