'Let me finish!' Brexit row erupts on Question Time as Tory MP snaps at BBC's Fiona Bruce

A FURIOUS ROW over Brexit erupted on BBC Question Time, as Sir Bernard Jenkin snapped at host Fiona Bruce for repeatedly interrupting his responses.

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  1. Programme went down when Dimbleby retired

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    1. I no longer watch it she should be replaced ASP

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    2. Fiona Bruce has definitely had the BBC injection, totally bias, won’t let those with apposing opinions speak, and always has the last word time for a replacement becoming so predictable and boring.

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    3. She's a bully, let's all the other parties talk but as soon as a Conservative or someone that backs a Conservative she cuts them off

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  2. Fiona Bruce has gone down dramatically in my humble estimation, I used to enjoy Question Time, but now, we never seem to get a proper response from some of the guests. Fiona seems to think she is more important than the show itself, interrupting speakers in mid flow, for no apparent reason. Absolute loathe the woman now, a remoaning remainer for sure.

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  3. Quite right...anti.democratic and delusional

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  4. Terrible shoe show since Fiona took over, don't watch now.

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    1. She would do better on loose women

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  5. Stopped watching when she took over

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  6. But she's a woman don't you know ?. Practically any man would have been better but the BBC obsession with giving every job to a woman has com home to roost. regardless

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  7. I used to love the programme until she took over and tried to look intelligent. Can't stand her or her clueless remarks.

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  8. i have been saying, the person who has asked the question, should then let the guest to answer the question that the interviewer has asked, not half way through, total ignorance by the interviewer

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