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Neil Mitchell’s take on his Q&A appearance

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Neil Mitchell has says he was ‘pleasantly surprised’ by his experience appearing on ABC’s Q&A on Monday night.

The Q&A audience has a reputation for having a strong left-leaning bias, but Neil said last night’s audience was fair and engaging.

‘I thought I might get a bit monstered,’ Neil said. 

Neil said he supports a proposal from an audience member to bring politicians back into the real world by requiring them to use the public health system.

‘The two politicians sat there pointing fingers on the mess in public health,’ he said.

‘They sat there pointing fingers at each other while a women who was on sticks, and has suffered, watched.

‘It was obscene.’

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