Music star Akala was the star of last night’s BBC Question Time last night – with social media buzzing over the way he ‘owned’ the obvious Tory plant in the audience who tried, from a position of complete non-experience, to pontificate about ‘traditional working class towns’.
It was a thing of beauty. But nobody yet seems to be commenting on his neighbour in the audience.
She seems to recognise instantaneously what was happening – and to take a certain Schadenfreude the young Tory’s impending humiliation, which was only ended by the intervention of host David Dimbleby:
Well done Akala – and a big hat-tip to the prescient neighbour.
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