You probably watched it. That awful interview with Iain Duncan Smith on the Sunday Politics programme. If so, your blood pressure might have settled down by now.
The producers had specifically asked for questions. Of course, the majority were probably abusive and couldn't be used. But plenty would not have been. However, only one or two were used. This was, as expected, more to do with Andrew Neil's questions. It was too wide-ranging and there was no one on hand with the knowledge to challenge the torrent of lies and evasions. Everybody is wrong except IDS. The head of his church, Archbishop Nicholls, was wrong and should have called IDS before expressing an opinion. I could go on, but what's the point?