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"I voted for Brexit because I want the people in charge of my country to be democratically accountable to me and everyone else here." @JuliaHB1 says Britain is being treated like a "naughty schoolchild" in EU trade negotiations. Question Time, 10:45pm, @BBCOne #bbcqt
The second question from our virtual audience tonight. #bbcqt
“The private sector is full of people who were the invisible front line that kept us going.” @Fox_Claire says public sector workers are “not the only heroes” of the pandemic, and delivery drivers and others are being treated with contempt #bbcqt
“The reason that fishing is such a small part of our economy is because it’s been decimated.” @LiamHalligan says Europe’s “colonial relationship” over fishing rights has left the UK industry unable to get an economic foothold. #bbcqt
“Recognising racism is the first step… we need to go beyond kneeling to acting.” @anandMenon1 says there is a lot of “virtue signalling” in sport, but the footballers who took a knee for Black Lives Matter did so out of respect. #bbcqt
‘David Cameron made the referendum policy because he didn’t want to risk losing 10 or 15 seats to UKIP and look where it has got us’ This 16-year-old says the Conservative Party are responsible for Brexit. #bbcqt
“Corbyn is not an anti-Semite, the right-wing press takes things out of context” This #bbcqt audience member, who is Jewish, says the media choose to attack the Labour leaders ‘character, because his policies are correct’.
“Whatever your politics, you can agree that punishing disabled and sick people for falling on hard times is absolutely morally wrong and they have blood on their hands” @chessmartinez on the government’s austerity policy. #bbcqt