'Paid up Corbynistas' Nigel Farage urges BBC to SACK chiefs for 'biased' debate ...

Nigel Farage calls for BBC bosses to be sackedBBC•GETTYNigel Farage has urged the BBC to sack its bosses for inviting a biased 'Corbynista' audience

The former Ukip leader said the broadcaster invited a “large number of paid up Corbynistas” who booed other parties but cheered for the Labour leader.

During the debate, which featured all major seven party leaders apart from Prime Minister Theresa May who was replaced by Home Secretary Amber Rudd, Mr Farage branded the BBC audience as “hard left-wing”.

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Wed, May 31, 2017 The televised debate saw Jeremy Corbyn, Amber Rudd, Paul Nuttall, Caroline Lucas, Angus Robertson, Tim Farron and Leanne Wood go toe-to-toe
The politicians taking part in the debate


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The politicians taking part in the debate

Why on earth are we forced to pay nearly £150 (quid) a year when they have a main debate like this

Nigel Farage

In a tweet, he said: “This is Deja Vu. In 2015 I called out the BBC audience for being hard left wing. It's even worse this time.

"The BBC audience was full of left wingers tonight and BBC executives should be sacked because of it."

He launched a full tirade on his LBC programme, attacking the BBC for taking the taxpayers money and

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