BBC Question Time error as Fiona Bruce mistakes female audience member for male | United Kingdom | News


Presenter Fiona Bruce, 57, traveled to Stoke-on-Trent where she was joined by Labor MP Lisa Nandy, SNP Stewart Hosie, NHS Providers CEO Chris Hopson, Deputy Telegraph Commentary Editor Olivia Utley and Conservative MP Chris Philip. Discussions revolved around the unleashed variant of Omicron, Christmas, and the current restrictions in place.

However, before a member of the audience had a chance to ask their question, Ms Bruce made a hilarious blunder.

The presenter of the show asked the viewer to ask a question, pointing to a person: “The man behind the back”.

Quickly before diving into a question, the viewer corrected Ms. Bruce.

The audience member told the panel, “I’m a woman, actually. “

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She said: “I think it’s going to happen again in the future unless we really make sure the rest of the world, especially in the poorest countries, gets the jab.

“Because obviously the Omicron variant transferred to another country and arrived in that country.

“Rich countries should come together and make sure other countries are also immunized en masse.”

The woman’s comments earned her a round of applause from the rest of the audience.

The BBC’s flagship political program Question Time will return in the New Year at 10:35 p.m. on January 13 from Shrewsbury and again on January 20 from St Andrews.


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