Great tea debate
ThE TV companies are wrangling over whether the Brexit debate should be staged on the same evening as Strictly or I’m A Celebrity. They should take heed of the research that people stop watching immediately after the end of a popular TV show.
The National grid knows this, and ensures supplies are increased at half-time during the FA Cup Final when the nation puts the kettle on.
No one would want their conversation about the quality of the contestants who have survived the vote on Strictly or I’m A Celebrity to be interrupted by a Brexit debate!
PHIL TROTMAN, Bristol. hoW could anyone consider voting for Jeremy Corbyn when he gives more importance to I’m A Celebrity than the Brexit debate? A. STOTEN, Bexhill-on-Sea, E. Sussex. WhY don’t we have a referendum to decide which TV channel should host the debate between Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn?
JOHN WHAPSHOTT, Westbury, Wilts. hoW can we have any confidence in the government and opposition in securing a satisfactory result in negotiations with the Eu when they are incapable of even negotiating a TV debate? T. W. JAQUES, London.