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About this chart... MEPs are not the only political panellists on -since 2000 there have been more than 2100 political panellist appearances, guided by the national level of electoral support for their parties. (1/5)
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BBC News Press Team Oct 9
Replying to @bbcquestiontime
here's the breakdown (2/5)
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BBC News Press Team Oct 9
Replying to @bbcquestiontime
& here's the breakdown since 2015, with more than 400 political panellist appearances (3/5)
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BBC News Press Team Oct 9
Replying to @bbcquestiontime
The parties on are there because people vote for them in elections – not just Westminster ones. So sometimes parties will be represented by MEPs, MSPs, AMs etc. It’s not just about how many MPs they have but about broader electoral support (4/5)
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BBC News Press Team Oct 9
Replying to @bbcquestiontime
isn’t a single-issue programme. During the formal referendum period QT ensured a balance between Brexit remainers & leavers. Since then the arguments are less binary so we don’t categorise panellists like that but we do aim to reflect a range of views over time (5/5)
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Seb Berry #FBPE #NHSLove Oct 9
There is literally no excuse for never having invited a pro EU British MEP on to but you just keep digging that hole.
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Mark Brierley Oct 9
That doesn’t answer the basic question of why you have never invited a pro-Europe MEP on to the show. As you have data from 2000, have you invited a single pro-Europe MEP onto the show and if so how many accepted the offer?
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BBC News Press Team Oct 9
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BBC News Press Team Oct 9
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