The weekly BBC political programme returned to screens on Thursday evening with presenter Fiona Bruce, 57, taking the show to Cardiff, Wales. One audience member voiced their displeasure following the Prime Minister’s, 57, speech at the CBI’s annual conference on Monday.
Speaking to the Question Time panel, which consisted of ex-Justice Secretary Robert Buckland, 53, Labour Senedd Member Eluned Morgan, 54, Plaid Cymru MP Liz Saville Roberts, 56, former political strategist for Boris Johnson Guto Harri, 55, and writer and broadcaster Timandra Harkness, the audience member bashed Mr Johnson and claimed he “embarrassed himself” during the much ridiculed speech.
He said: “I listened to the speech in its entirety and we’ve talked about the blunders.”
“And leaving the blunders aside, what actually concerns me more is the North of England was mentioned 26 times.
“London was mentioned 13 times.
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He continued: “It seems everywhere Boris Johnson goes he makes a mess.
“Last week it was a sleaze and scandal and corruption.
“This week it is embarrassing himself in front of the business world of this country.
“We have had enough, especially here in Wales.
“We have had enough.”
BBC Question Time will return next week at 10:45 pm where host Fiona Bruce will be joined next week on the other side of the River Severn in Weston-super-Mare.