If I had been on Question Time, I would have asked the question:
"What the **** is the guy from Simply Red doing on Question Time!?"
I'd have also asked the question:
"Diane Abbott maintains she has campaigned for gay marriage for 'all her political life'. How can this be when the campaign for gay marriage in the UK started as recently as 2010, with complete disinterest from the 'gay community' until well after that year?"
"If Mick Hucknell is such a big campaigner for guys doing it with guys, then why are two guys falling in love absent from any of his music videos based on lyrics about romantic love?"
Same-sex marriage, let's face it is the ultimate oxymoron, straight out of some dystopic future novel in which truth is supplanted by falsehood under the guise of 'love' and 'freedom', only to be supported with vast reams of State-led propaganda that makes those who naturally recoil from it too afraid to speak out.
It's a well-known campaign tactic for the left, who seek to destroy the family unit and replace it with fidelity to the State. Ironic, therefore, it is, that one guy supporting it on Question Time was from a band called 'Simply Red'.