|Someone with extreme views, and John Rhys-Davies|
Well, this week's Question Time may have had only one passionate Brexit supporter among a sea of People's Vote advocates - actor John Rhys-Davies - but even that was too much for some people:
The actor said that "the real elephant in the room is population. If we had fewer people, we would have less pollution."
Now, of course, Carole is correct about this argument being "a whisper off eugenics" and must cough up a furball every time the BBC platforms Sir David Attenborough, patron of Population Matters, who campaigns on the very point JR-D raised - i.e. for a reduction in the human population. I can almost hear her now, "Who is Sir David Attenborough? Why must we listen to him? Why is the BBC platforming an argument that is a whisper off eugenics? Can someone - anyone - explain?". Ah but, Sir Boaty is strongly anti-Brexit, so no, I'm guessing she'll let him off.