BBC Query Time’s Fiona Bruce admits Brexit blunder after ‘mishearing’ query


BBC Query Time presenter Fiona Bruce addressed a Brexit blunder on air final evening.

The host politics present host acknowledged she’d made a mistake in not clarifying that the Depart.EU marketing campaign had damaged the regulation per week earlier.

In a mix-up on final week’s present, Bruce seemed that this was not the case.

This sparked widespread anger on social media, with the company accused of whitewashing what occurred.

The blunder occurred as a result of the presenter didn’t hear a query from an viewers member, the BBC stated.



The BBC stated Bruce has misheard a query on the earlier week’s present

 

Talking on final evening’s present, which was filmed in Glasgow, Bruce stated: “I simply wish to say, as a result of I believe it’s necessary, that final week I misheard a query and seemed that Vote Depart has not damaged electoral regulation throughout the EU referendum.

“That ought to have been picked up.

“In reality, it was fined £61,000 by the electoral fee and naturally Depart.EU was additionally fined for electoral offences.

“So I simply wish to make that clear.”

She had misleadingly acknowledged: “No legal fees had been introduced in opposition to them.”



Fiona Bruce final week stated no legal fees had been introduced in opposition to the Depart marketing campaign

 

In a press release launched by the BBC, the company stated: “The presenter misheard a reference from a member of the viewers who stated that Vote Depart “is accused of breaking electoral regulation” and seemed that this was not appropriate.

“In reality, Vote Depart was fined £61,000 by the Electoral Fee and a police investigation into its actions throughout the EU referendum marketing campaign continues to be energetic.

“Depart.EU, to which the presenter was actually referring, was additionally fined for electoral offences.”





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