'One in five voters now considering BNP'
Taken in the hours after the show, the YouGov poll for The Daily Telegraph found 22% of voters would seriously consider voting BNP in a local, general or European election.
A BBC spokesman said: "We have been very clear in setting out our reasons for having Nick Griffin on Question Time."The BBC's obligation is around due impartiality. It is not our job to comment on the ebb and flow of opinion polls."
The British Establishment's response to its only real opposition is as comical as it is bizarre. Their overbearing aggressiveness shown towards the one political party that represents actual British people has shown them for the bureaucratic pricks that they are.
I'm reminded of a scene in the movie Ferris Bueller's Day Off wherein the principle, Ed Rooney, lays out a line of bureaucratic BS in his attempt to describe the young Bueller's effect on the school and his authority over it, only to have his BS broken down into plain English by the secretary, Grace.
Ed Rooney: "He jeopardizes my ability to effectively govern this student body."
Grace: "He makes you look like an ass, is what he does Ed."