BBC Question Time
"Stop ignoring disabled people, we make up 22% of the population. We’re here and we’re worth listening to.”
A Twitter post calling the Lewis actor a "disgrace to our industry" was sent following his appearance on Question Time in January.
An outspoken BBC guest claimed Britain was "sinking" and that a "flood" of immigrants were costing the NHS too much. Turns out it really isn't that straightforward.
The Lewis actor argued with a woman who asked the panel to acknowledge the racism directed at Meghan Markle.
The gentleman sparked a huge backlash after claiming his £80,000 salary didn't make him a high earner.
"Let Scotland go as well, I really don’t care."
The change hoped to allow invited MPs to vote on Brexit matters.
"It’s only curtains that is coloured."
Broadcaster heaps praise on BBC - during show aired on ITV.
'From me... not goodbye, but goodnight.'
About BBC Question Time
Question Time is a BBC political debate programme based on Any Questions? The show features politicians from at least the three major political parties as well as other public figures who answer pre-selected questions put to them by an audience selected on the basis of its political views and demographic. Question Time is presented by David Dimbleby. Programme schedule. Source: Wikipedia