Having finally seen most of the programme it doesn't surprise me that there were members of the audience who were obviously members of political parties or interest groups, but that doesn't mean they can't attend Question Time does it? My favourite was the solid Remain voting lady who told Jo Swinson her party would be neither Liberal nor Democratic if it blocked Brexit. My own thoughts exactly. I'm biased I admit, but I thought Corbyn didn't give too bad an account of himself, and Sturgeon was as sharp as a tack. Swinson came across like a mature NQT leading a Y10 PSHE discussion lesson rather badly ("So, like I absolutely get what you're saying here but.."). I found it painful to watch and fast forwarded to Johnson, who kept my attention for about ten minutes before I got fed up with the 'B' word. Nothing new was being said there. Like I say, I'm biased.