⚠️ This is an old post
This post is old… It's probably been exported and imported from at least three different blogging platforms over the year. That probably means, at best, there are broken images and links. If the post is technical in nature, any advice is probably out of date and irrelevant. Or more likely, it was the wafflings of teenage me with too much time on his hands working out what blogging is… If it is the latter I would probably cringe if I re-read it. But it's here because it's part of my past, not my present.
You've been warned! Onwards…
If you get time this week I really recomend having a watch of BBC Question Time. It wasn’t a typical Question Time, rather than focusing on issues from this week, it looked very much at the British National Party with its leader, Nick Griffin, on the panel alongside Baroness Warsi, Chris Huhne, Bonnie Greer and Jack Straw. It is up on iPlayer for the next week.
If you don’t have time to watch the show, only 1 hour, you can read the Guardian’s summary of the show which they live blogged :: http://www.guardian.co.uk/
The political debate comes from London, with a panel including Justice Secretary Jack Straw; the Conservative spokeswoman for community cohesion, Baroness Warsi; Chris Huhne, Liberal Democrat Home Affairs spokesman; the leader of the British National Party, Nick Griffin; and playwright and author, Bonnie Greer. David Dimbleby chairs.