- Alfie Baron
Tasmina Ahmed Skeikh was given the opportunity to have the last word as the show was closing and started to rant: "You have to let me talk about Scotland David, you have to". This resulted in a few boos from the crowd and small objections from the panel. There were even shouts from the audience about the 2014 Scottish Independence referendum being a "once in a generation" vote.
Tasmina Ahmed Sheikh also had the nerve to shout: "Doing deals behind closed doors is not good for a representative parliamentary democracy". This wasn't the best thing to shout in the week a secretive Chinese deal fell apart!
Joanna Cheery tweeted: "Nice to see post #Brexit xenophobia extending to Scots as @TasminaSheikh booed by #bbcqt audience for daring to mention Scotland".
This followed a tweet condemning trolls when a "smart woman" dares to speak out.
Are there ever you just need to look at the trolls on Twitter when a smart woman dares to speak out https://t.co/IcBYYcT3m7â€” Joanna Cherry QC MP (@joannaccherry) November 10, 2016