David Dimbleby says Scotland’s Indyref “brutalised politics” and left people “frightened”
Veteran BBC presenter David Dimbleby has controversially claimed the Scottish independence referendum “brutalised politics”.
The Question Time presenter also claimed families were set against each other and people were frightened to put posters in their windows during the campaign.
Speaking on BBC Scotland, Dimbleby said: “Here in Scotland the independence referendum brutalised politics.
“You saw families set against each other, you saw people not putting notices up in their windows because they were frightened.”