This apparently is what Guido would look like under a UKIP government:
Last night’s 100 Days of UKIP offering from Channel 4 has gone down like a cup of cold sick, and not just with the party fanboys:
I have no love for UKIP, but I sort of feel that smug Channel 4 liberals are also part of the problem.
— James Bloodworth (@J_Bloodworth) February 16, 2015
No fan of #UKIP, but #UKIPTheFirst100Days is THE worst programme I've seen on @Channel4 for many a year. It's so badly made, it's laughable.
— George Marshall (@George_GOWYC) February 16, 2015
I hate to imagine what Britain would be like after 100 days if Channel 4 won the election.
— David Mills (@DavidMills73) February 16, 2015
#UKIPTheFirst100Days – I'm no UKIP fan but seems like wild propaganda so close to an election, plus mix of real/actor footage v misleading!
— Nat Skywalker (@natwalks) February 16, 2015
According to @Channel4, this is what "a far right protest" looks like. #100daysofukip. Slow clap. pic.twitter.com/xv7R2b1pPQ
— Harry Cole (@MrHarryCole) February 16, 2015
I hate UKIP as much as the next sensible human but that #100daysofUKIP just wasn't very good. Was a bit too bias & not even hiding it.
— JasonManford (@JasonManford) February 16, 2015
It's hard 2 express the disgust I feel towards C4 over their abortion of a UKIP programme. How did it ever get commissioned let alone shown?
— Iain Dale (@IainDale) February 16, 2015
‘Kipper’s should calm down a touch though, and remember dramas such as A Politician’s Wife and A Very British Coup – though to a lesser extent – hardly reflected well on the old parties. You can understand why the splicing of real party figures in with hyperbolic race baiting has wound them right round the bend though…
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