As the SKWAWKBOX covered earlier (video here), the weekly Tory ‘plant’ on BBC Question Time didn’t fare too well last night, being embarrassingly owned by music star Akala when he tried to pontificate about ‘traditional working class towns’.
It was painfully obvious that the plant – called upon by name by David Dimbleby but with a name not easy to make out – didn’t have a clue about working class anything – and the SKWAWKBOX can exclusively identify who he is and why he seems out of touch with working class people and issues.
Hallam Mark William Sevier-Burnapp is the son of a former Tory councillor in Kettering and already has his own company to play with: Humble Break Limited, although it doesn’t seem to have a website under that name.
Hallam, as he is known, has a Twitter account containing tweets and retweets of Tory politicians and some mockery of Labour Shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott – de rigueur for your young Tory, of course.
Yet again, BBC Question Time guarantees a question to a Tory – called upon by name by host David Dimbleby – with a pre-prepared question and has been busted doing so. Happily, it didn’t end well this time.
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