The BBC Question Time Leaders’ Special tonight was a remarkable event, because there was only one Prime Minister on show and it was not Theresa May.
What makes it all the more remarkable was not the composition of the audience, but the balance of the questioners. It is called Question Time, after all.
The audience consisted of, at a rough count, 120 people. Out of 120 people in a 90-minute special, not everyone is going to get to ask a question – although almost certainly the vast majority would have submitted questions to the show. There simply wouldn’t be time for 120 questions and 120 answers.
But you might be a little surprised to find that some audience members got to ask more than one – especially when you start to notice a little more about the group they belonged to.
Twitter wags have already noticed that three of the…
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