British journalist and presenter David Dimbleby has for the final time, bid goodbye to the Question Time audience.

He received a standing ovation from the audience and panellists. He thanked the show's editors, producers, researched and technical backup - before stating that the audience of his last show, had joined "over 100,000 people in the last 25 years who have been in the Question Time audience".

Dimleby started the show in 1994 - and famously announced on BBC News that Leave had won the EU referendum. He also had a famous funny moment with Jacob Rees Mogg.

Question Time resumes in 2019 with BBC News presenter Fiona Bruce taking the reigns. You can catch some of the previous episodes on iPlayer.

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