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Question Time ‘Highlander’ becomes internet hit

NEWS: An audience member at the BBC's Question Time in Inverness has become an internet smash hit after delivering a 30-second polemic in support of the UK.

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The producers of Question Time are rarely circumspect when it comes to giving audience members 30 seconds to rant, dry up or talk about something completely unrelated to the issue under discussion. Since 1979, the show has seemingly given a weekly voice to some spotty teen with an Emo wig and a question straight from the A-Level syllabus.
Yet Thursday’s show offered something more interesting.

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