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11 December 2020 18:40

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  • Ahead of her appearance, Ms Hartley-Brewer posted on Twitter calling out remainers for not wanting a “different” opinion.

Ahead of her appearance, Ms Hartley-Brewer posted on Twitter calling out remainers for not wanting a “different” opinion.

The broadcaster appeared on last night's edition of BBC Question Time amid social media claims the show was biased towards the EU. Ms Hartley-Brewer, who made her 15th appearance on the BBC's weekly talk show, noted she was the only panelist supporting Brexit on the episode. Twitter users complained about the BBC's alleged bias in only bringing in one pro-Brexit guest. Ahead of her appearance, Ms Hartley-Brewer posted on Twitter calling out remainers for not wanting a "different" opinion. She said: "Looking forward to a long evening ahead of Question Time viewers angrily demanding to know why oh why have they invited a panellist on a political debate show who has opinions that are different to theirs." Following the shows recording, she added on social media: "I'll be fast asleep by the time you see Question Time tonight but, suffice to say, I'm a bit of an outlier as a Brexiteer who doesn't want Covid restrictions or footballers taking the knee.

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