Speaking on BBC’s Question Time, German comedian Henning Wehn used the audience to prove his point that a second Brexit referendum would not deliver another decisive result. Mr Wehn claimed the BBC audience represented the views of the whole of the UK, as he joked about the Brexit debate on the show. He said: “I quite like the whole scenario of what is going on because it is highly entertaining.
“We haven’t had a dull moment since. Every morning you wake up, instantly turn on the radio, has anyone resigned? Have we still got a government? Is anyone saying anything about bananas being too straight or too bendy? Or is there some arch-Remainer going ‘oh if there is a no deal Brexit there will never, ever be another plane taking off from British soil'.
“For me, with the referendum, I would have personally preferred if it was best of seven.”
The comedian sparked rapturous applause before asking the audience members to indicate if they had changed their minds on what way they voted in the historic 2016 EU referendum.
He said: “On a more serious note, out of curiosity, don’t tell me which way round you voted last time, if you had your time again, who would vote differently?”
BBC Question Time: Henning Wehn explained why another Brexit vote wouldn't work (Image: BBC)
The outcome would be give or take exactly the same
A small number of people in the Question Time audience raised their hands.
Mr Wehn said: “A handful of people. That’s it. The outcome would be give or take exactly the same.”
The BBC host stepped in pointing out that was only the view of those in the Question Time audience.
Mr Wehn snapped: “No, across the