When interviewing JRM the tone and manner was was derisery especially towards the end, as opposed to when interviewing Sarah Wollaston the tone and manner was very much of I’m on your side. The interviewer also gave Sarah Wallaston much more time to answer the questions and interrupted less. Towards the end of the interview JRM wasn’t even given right to reply as the interviewer moved onto a question about the Tory party and left all of Sarah Wollaston’s points without a response.

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