BBC QUESTION TIME
I find it hard to believe that out of an audience of around 300-400 people, nobody asked a question about the hated Bedroom Tax or welfare reform in general.
Is there an agenda to keep this subject away from public scrutiny?
Were such questions deliberately suppressed?
If it is such a good thing, why isn’t it being broadcast wide and far by the coalition and its media sycophants?
Because they fear the public backlash if they knew the truth, perhaps? They know it is so unjust it must be a fait accompli before there is any REAL publicity or debate?
Maybe they should rebrand as:
‘BRITISH BROADCASTING CONSERVATIVES’