FORMER Ukip leader Nigel Farage will be returning to his regular spot on the BBC's Question Time for a 32nd appearance – and people aren't happy.

Farage, who remains an MEP but has repeatedly failed to be elected to Westminster, will appear on the show on Thursday.

Despite Ukip having no MPs at present, and their record number being a paltry two, Farage has racked up more appearances than any other individual since the turn of the century.

It's been pointed out in the past how little the SNP have appeared by comparison – even though the party has 35 sitting MPs.

He'll be joined by Conservative MP Ken Clarke, who holds the all-time record for guest spots, along with Labour MP Owen Smith, businesswoman Michelle Dewberry, and TV presenter Radzi Chinyanganya.

With Question Time's obsession with Farage a well-known phenomena, users on social media shared their thoughts.