Nick Griffin’s verdict on Chris Huhne

Ahead of tonight’s BBC1 Question Time – featuring the BNP leader Nick Griffin – The Guardian reports his verdicts on his fellow panellists. Here’s what he said about Chris Huhne, the Lib Dems’ shadow home secretary:

Big hitter. Menzies Campbell would have been more daunting.

And here’s what he said about the other panellists:

Bonnie Greer, American playwright and critic: “The joker in the pack; knows how to look after herself and may be more of a handful than the others.”

Jack Straw, justice secretary: “A very effective advocate.”

Sayeeda Warsi, Tory community cohesion spokesman: “Token Asian, Muslim woman on the Conservative team. They were always likely to play a stunt like that.”

Here’s a round-up of what Lib Dem bloggers have been saying today about Nick Griffin’s appearance:

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  • By BBC Question Time – LDV open thread, 22 October 2009 #bbcqt on Thu 22nd October 2009 at 7:08 pm.

    […] the red. The celebrity non-political punter will be Bonnie Greer. Stephen reported earlier on with Griffin’s response to his co-panellists – and handy links to what other Lib Dem bloggers are thinking about the approaching […]

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